# How do you write #2x+3y=1200# in a function notation?

To write the equation (2x + 3y = 1200) in function notation, we typically express one variable (usually (y)) as a function of the other variable (usually (x)).

In this case, we can solve the equation for (y):

[3y = 1200 - 2x] [y = \frac{1200 - 2x}{3}]

So, in function notation, we can represent (y) as a function of (x) as follows:

[f(x) = \frac{1200 - 2x}{3}]

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