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I need to Solve for Y 3Y - 18 = 2X

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I know I just did something similar to this, but I'm still a bit rusty
Hi again @Hesher
Well Hello

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Want my help? or someone diff?
If you're willing. That would be great!
Ok, so..lol.
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You want to isolate 'y'. What should you do?
Would the first I do is: 3Y = 2x + 18 ?
Yes.
So, after that. Should I divide everything on the right side of the equation by two? or divide the whole equation by 3?
The whole equation by 3.
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I know what I need to do for 3Y and 18, but what becomes of the 2X?
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Ahh
One sec, I dropped my pencil behind my couch
Lol, umm ok.
So would that be the final answer or is there another step I'm forgetting?
Nope, that's it.
Alright, then. Thank you for your help
Np.

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