To determine if an ordered pair is a solution of the equation, we substitute the x and y values into the equation and see if it holds true.

For the equation y = 9x - 2:

Substituting (2,16):

16 = 9(2) - 2

16 = 18 - 2

16 = 16

Substituting (1,7):

7 = 9(1) - 2

7 = 9 - 2

7 = 7

Substituting (-1,-11):

-11 = 9(-1) - 2

-11 = -9 - 2

-11 = -11

Substituting (0,-2):

-2 = 9(0) - 2

-2 = 0 - 2

-2 = -2

Substituting (-1,11) is not possible since the y value would not be equal to 9x - 2.

The ordered pairs that are solutions of the equation are (2,16), (1,7), (-1,-11), and (0,-2).