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Of the following pairs of coordinates, which represents a point in the shaded region on the graph shown above?

(A) (3, – 5)
(B) (–3, –5)
(C) (–3, 5)
(D) (–5, 3)
(E) (–5, –3)

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Of the following pairs of coordinates, which represents a point in the shaded region on the graph shown above?

(A) (3, – 5)
(B) (–3, –5)
(C) (–3, 5)
(D) (–5, 3)
(E) (–5, –3)

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2017-12-17_1243.png


The line shown in the figure has the equation y = -x

Any point in the shaded region will be the point whose
1) Y co-ordinate is positive
2) Y co-ordinate is Negative
3) Absolute value of X co-ordinate will be smaller than absolute value of Y co-ordinate is positive


Option (C) (–3, 5) Satisfies all above condition

Answer: Option C
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