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10 = 3 + b/2 what is b?
10 = 3 + b/2 -b/2 = 3 - 10 -b/2 = -7 -b = -7 * 2 -b = -14 b = 14
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10 = 3 + b/2
-b/2 = 3 - 10
-b/2 = -7
-b = -7 * 2
-b = -14
b = 14
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