Asked Feb 9, 2019

Solve: -14 + 6b + 7 - 2b = 1 + 5b

Check your solution to the linear equation from problem 6 by substituting and evaluating both sides of the equation. Show all steps.


Expert Answer

Step 1

Given that

-14 + 6b + 7 -2b = 1+ 5b

Step 2

Now seperate the constant term and variable term, we get

6b - 2b -5b = 1 + 14 -7

Step 3

Now simplify the above term, we ge...

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