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Evaluate the expression 8a + b for the given variable.

b = 3a – 2

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    just substitute 3a-2 for b in the equation 8a + b

    8a + 3a -2
    combine your like terms to get

    11a - 2 and that's your answer if you want a just set it equal to zero

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