Posted by **peggy** on Thursday, January 18, 2007 at 4:40pm.

I need help on this one too, please.

Solve for X.

3x-2y=6

I got x=6+2y/3.

My question is this: Can this be reduced down to x=2+2y?

You really need to use parentheses here.

x = (6+2y)/3 or you might want to show it as 2+(2y/3) or 2+(2/3)y

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