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9-43.

Kenneth claims that $(2, 0)$ is the point of intersection of the lines $y = -2x + 4$ and $y = x − 2$. Is he correct? How do you know?

A point of intersection means that a certain point makes both equations true.

Substitute Kenneth's point into both equations. Does it make them both true?