algebra
posted by sarah .
please help me i'm close to having no hair left.
How do you rearrange
6y = 9  3x to make x the subject
i've been at this now for at least 1 week and this is my last resort
please please help
you have been at this for at least 1 week ??
6y = 9  3x (add 3x to both sides)
3x = 9  6y (divide each term by 3)
x = 3  2y
done!
thankyou so much i think my brain just froze every time i tried:)
could you help me on part b of this same question

idk it
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