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# Find the value of 'm' if (-m, 3) is a solution of equations 4x + 9y - 3 = 0?

**Solution:**

A linear equation can be written in different ways.

Any simple equation in x and y can be termed as a linear equation if it follows a certain set of rules.

The substitution method is a simple way to solve linear equations algebraically and find the solutions of the variables.

Given that (-m, 3) is a solution of equation :

4x + 9y - 3 = 0

Substituting (-m, 3) in the equation, we get

4(-m) + 9(3) - 3 = 0

-4m + 24 = 0

m = 6

Therefore, the value of m is 6.

## Find the value of 'm' if (-m, 3) is a solution of equations 4x + 9y - 3 = 0?

**Summary:**

If (-m, 3) is a solution of equation 4x + 9y - 3 = 0, then the value of m is 6.

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