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5-58.

Change each equation below into $y=mx+b$ form.

1. $y−4x=−3$

Solve the equation for $y$.

$y−4x=−3$
$+4x\ \ \ \ \ +4x$

$y=4x−3$

1. $3y−3x=9$

Solve the equation for $y$.

$3y − 3x = 9$
$+3x\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ +3x$

$3y=3x+9$

$y=x+3$

1. $3x+2y=12$

Follow the steps in part (b).

1. $2(x−3)+3y=0$

First distribute the $2$.

Follow the steps in part (b).

$y=-\frac{2}{3}{\it x}\; +\; 2$