10th grade algebra
posted by natalie .
2b/4 + b/3 = 10
solve for b.

Natalie, It looks to me as if you have no idea what steps you need to use to do these kinds of problems...therefore, I think that you need to ask your teacher for after school help. That way you will learn what you need and feel much better about the process.

ok..so first you want to get rid of the fractions, so what u need to do is find a common number for it.. for 3 and 4 its going to be 12 now multiply everything by 12... what you should end up with is 6b+4B = 120.. now solve!
and you should get 10..
ps. the only reason im helping u this time is becuase i understand how u feel... i feel the same way! good luck.. BUT GO SEE UR TEACHER FOR HELP.. U SEEM LIKE U DON'T UNDERSTAND A SINGLE THING... 
i do i do online school so yeah its kinda hard you know

2b/4+b/3=10.now take lcm.therefore 6b/12+4b/12=10.10b/12=10.cross multiply,10b=120.b=120/10=12.so b =12
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