Algebra check+help?
posted by Allyson .
For problems 1 and 2 write Y as a function of X
1) 12=9x+3y
 I think you would subtract 9 from the 12.. but I'm not really sure because you can't add/subtract x's and y's from regular numbers.
2) 2x+3y=9
Same problem as above..
Can someone please explain to me how to do these problems?!
Thank you.
Allyson
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