rearrange this equation 2 make x the subect.

6y = 9 - 3x

so first i add 3x to both sides which makes it

3x - 6y = 9

then do i divide both sides by 9 or wat??
can sum1 help me out here

If they mean by "Make x the subject" the same as "Solve for x", then add 6y to both sides, giving you
3x = 6y + 9
NOW divide both sides by 3
x = 2y +3


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