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Q: Solve P equals 2a plus b for b?

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-4 + 2A = 12 - 15A + A-4 + 2A = 12 - 16A2A = 12 - 16A + 42A = 16 - 16AA = 8 - 8A

2a+2a-7b+7b =4a

Because you cannot combine terms that are not alike.

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I--2a+b=2c+2d II--2a+b=c+2d III--a+2b=3d * Here if we perform (I)-(II), we get, c=0 * Using the c we can prove b=0 using (I)-(III). * Now replace 'b' & 'c' as 0 in (I), then we get a=d. Email me at yash2008gates@gmail.com for any queries. I will be very thankful to receive your queries.

You can't solve it. But you can simplify it to get: 4x+y=2

It is one linear equation in two unknown variables: e and a.

It is, in fact, an identity - which is an equation which is true for all values of the variable.

7a + 10 = 2a 7a = 2a -10 5a = -10 a = -2

With the assumption your asking what a or b are in terms of each other. a=3b/(6b-2) b=2a/(6a-2)

Rprime= 2q + 2a + 3 Rdoubleprime= 4

1a+3b 2a+4b=3a +7b

It is not possible to solve a single linear equation in two variables.

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32 divided by 4 equals 8 plus 4 equals 12 multipled by 8 equals 96 answer

Solve using the quadratic formula

a + a = 2a

to solve ax2 + bx + c use the quadratic formula: (-b +/-(b2 - 4ac))/2a. Programming this should be a doddle.