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More algebra help please? For another cupcake?

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I didn't really understand everything that you guys did for my last question.. Like i need
help applying that to this problem:
Solve.
4/13 = -2b/13 + 6b/26

asked Mar 2, 2013 in PRE-ALGEBRA by andrew Scholar

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Common denominator is 26
4/13 = -2b/13 + 6b/26
rewrite the each fractions using common denominator
8/26 = -4b/26 + 6b /26
8/26 = 2b/26
8 = 2b
divide each side by 2
b = 4

answered Mar 2, 2013 by steve Scholar

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