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My approach would be to solve for -2/3X = 6. To accomplish this you want to isolate X on one side of the equation (e.g. X=) and have a number on the other side of the equation., In this instance, in order to get X by itself on one side of the equation we need to divide both sides of the equation by -3/2 because a fraction multiplied by its own inverse (e.g. 2/1 x 1/2) equals 1. In order to keep an equation valid, whatever we do to one side of the equation we need to do to the other side as follows:

(-3/2) (-2/3) X = (6/1)(-3/2)

Note; a minus multiplied by another minus number gives you a plus value so (-2/3)(-3/2) = +1 but (6) (-3/2) gives you a negative number.

Multiplying both sides out we get:

+1X (or just X) = -18/2

further simplification gives us:

X= -9

Thus X > -9