Posted by **jasmine20** on Thursday, February 8, 2007 at 11:39pm.

rewrite the equation 2x-3y= -6 as a function of x.

My answer.

f (x) = (2)/(3) x + 2

No.

2x=3y - 6

divide by two.

x=3/2 y -2

hold on i was looking it over. wouldn't it be:

2x-3y=-6

would actually be:

-3y=-2x-6

y= 2/3x+2

because you said that it would be x=3/2y-2

but how can that be?

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