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Suppose x and y are natural numbers, then the number

of ordered pairs (x,y) which satisfy

[tex]x + y \leqslant 5[/

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Suppose x and y are natural numbers, then the number

of ordered pairs (x,y) which satisfy

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Answer:4

Step-by-step explanation:As x and y are natural numbers, the cannot be 0

so the possible pairs are

(4,1)

(1,4)

(2,3)

(3,2)

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Given:–Answer:–taking x = 1 , Possible values of y,

So, at x = 1 we gets 4 pairs .

now, at x = 2 ,

So, at x = 2 we gets 3 pairs .

similarly, at x = 3 ,

So, at x = 3 we gets 2 pairs .

now, at x = 4,

So, at x = 4 we gets 1 pairs .

then,

→ Total order of pairs = 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 =

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