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Solve for b
b=\frac{3}{7}\approx 0.428571429
$b=73 ≈0.428571429$
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5b = -2b + 3
$5b=−2b+3$
Add 2b to both sides.
Add
$2b$
to both sides.
5b+2b=3
$5b+2b=3$
Combine 5b and 2b to get 7b.
Combine
$5b$
and
$2b$
to get
$7b$
.
7b=3
$7b=3$
Divide both sides by 7.
Divide both sides by
$7$
.
b=\frac{3}{7}
$b=73 $
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5b+2b=3
Add 2b to both sides.
7b=3
Combine 5b and 2b to get 7b.
b=\frac{3}{7}
Divide both sides by 7.
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