can sameone tell me what is 6x+9 i know its a easy question but i cant do it ,but i can do the other ones
From your question, I'm not really sure exactly what you need done with this problem, but I'll give it a shot. Your originally question is: 6x+9. Unless I'm wrong, you would have to assign a value for the other side of the equation such as 6x+9=y. If you are trying to solve for x, then you would have to isolate x on one side of the equation by subtracting 9 such as 6x+9-9=y-9. Then you would have to reduce to x by dividing both sides of the equation by 6 such as 6x/6=(y-9)/6. This would leave you with x=(y-9)/6. You would then need to reduce (y-9)/6 by 3. So it would then read x=(y-3)/2.
Now it's been a while, but if this isn't right, maybe it is close enough to get you going. Good Luck.
It depends on what you are trying to do, if you are solving for it or factoring it:
6x+9 = 0
6x = -9
divide by 6
x = -9/6 or -3/2
or you can also factor out
If it is asking you to unsimplify, then 6x-9, you can take a 3 multiple out giving you 3(2x-3).
6x+9 is an algebraic expression with 2 terms . The first term is 6x and the second term is 9.
6x+9 is a binomial.
6x is inditerminate number or value, where 6 is the numrrical coefficient the indeterminate(or variable) x.
9 is a known or a number.
6x+9 implies 9 more than six times an indeterminate value.
If 6x+9 = y, then x=(y-9)/6, the solution is O.K.
But 6x+9 = x^2, the x could be expressed (x^2-9)/x, but it did not solve for us what is x throuh a definite number.