# How do you solve for y in #-3y=2x-9#?

Divide each side of the equation by

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To solve for ( y ) in the equation ( -3y = 2x - 9 ), you divide both sides by -3. This gives you ( y = \frac{2x - 9}{-3} ), which can be simplified to ( y = \frac{-2x + 9}{3} ).

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