What is the solution to the linear equation? 4b + 6 = 2 – b + 4 Question What is the solution to the linear equation? 4b + 6 = 2 – b + 4 in progress 0 Math Reagan 1 day 2021-10-11T23:15:07+00:00 2021-10-11T23:15:07+00:00 2 Answers 0

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Hello!

Answer:The answer should have a

positivesign.Step-by-step explanation:First, switch sides and group like terms.

4b+6=-b+2+4

Then, add numbers from left/right.

2+4=6

4b+6=-b+6

Subtract by 6 both sides of an equation.

4b+6-6=-b+6-6

Simplify.

4b=-b

Next add b both sides of an equation.

4b+b=-b+b

Simplify.

5b=0

Therefore, you divide by 5 from both sides of an equation.

5b/5=0/5

Finally, you simplify and solve to find that answer is.

0/5=0

b=0 is the correct answer.Hope this helps!

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-Charlie

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