Posted by **jasmine20** on Tuesday, December 19, 2006 at 12:20am.

How do I solve for the following:

Directions solve each literal equation for the individual variable.

2x + 3y -6 (for x ) Linear equation

It has to equal something. What you have is a statement, not an equation.

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