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How do I figure this problem. 6r-3=9r-6

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    help

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    the strategy is to move all the variables to one side and all the numbers to another. Then do something to make it just 1 variable equals something else...so for example...if you can manage to make it look like: 15 r = 30 then you would want to divide both side by 15 to get: r = 2

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    in your problem, start with moving things around so you have all the r's on one side and all the numbers on the other

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