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how do u solve this in analysis and funtion 7(b-6)=-12+b

  • 12th grade math an -

    Multiply the left side of the equation.

    7b - 42 = - 12 + b

    Subtract b and add 42 to both sides.

    6b = 30

    Can you do the rest?

  • 12th grade math an -

    6b=30
    b=30/6
    b=5

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