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Solve for 3x:

9x + 4y = y^{2} - 2

First, we get the x terms by themselves:

9x = y^{2} - 2 - 4y

Because we have 9x and we want 3x, we need to divide both sides by 3:

That's all we need to do. Our solution is cluttered, but it is a solution nevertheless.