**Answer: We can put any value of x to get the value of y.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given: We have given an equation y = x=2/5.

To find: We need to find the order pair, which is the solution of y = x+2/5.

Solution: We know that,

y = x+2/5 is a linear equation.

**Case:1 ** If we put x = 0, then what is the value of y = ?

y = x+2/5

y = 0+2/5

y = 2/5

i.e, x = 0 and y = 2/5 or { 0, 2/5 }.

**Case:2 ** If we put x = 1, then what is the value of y = ?

y = x+2/5

y = 1+2/5

y = 7/5

i.e, x = 1 and y = 7/5 or { 1 , 7/5 }.

**Case:3 **If we put x = 2, then what is the value of y = ?

y = x+2/5

y = 2+2/5

y = 12/5

i.e, x = 2 and y = 12/5 or { 2 , 12/5}.

We can see that,**we can put any value of x to get** **the value of y**, to get an order pair.

Therefore, {0,2/5} , {1,7/5} , {2,12/5}

These are some order pairs, which makes the solution of an equation y = x+2/5.