How do you determine if (-5, -4) is a solution of #9x - 4y = -6#? Algebra Graphs of Linear Equations and Functions Applications of Linear Graphs 1 Answer Meave60 Jul 3, 2015 Substitute #-5# for #x# and #-4# for #y#. Solve the equation. If both sides are equal, then #(-5,-4)# is a solution for #9x-4y=-6#. If the two sides are not equal, then #(-5,-4)# is not a solution. Explanation: #9x-4y=-6# #9(-5)-4(-4)=-6# #-45+16=-6# #-29!=-6# #(-5,-4)# is not a solution of #9x-4y=-6# Answer link Related questions What are different real world problems that are modeled by Linear equations? How do you use a graph to determine how many hours are required to earn $60 if a job pays $20 per hour? What are the dimensions of a soccer field if the perimeter is 300 years and the length is 50... How many of each calculator was sold if a simple calculator costs $5 and scientific calculator... Is this a linear equation #xy=6#? Is this a linear equation #y^2- 4x=6#? Is this a linear equation #y=0#? Is this a linear equation #4x=2y#? Is this a linear equation #5x+6y=3x-2#? How do you complete the ordered pairs so that each ordered pair satisfies the given equation (3,... See all questions in Applications of Linear Graphs Impact of this question 2968 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License