A=5B+8 HOW DO I MAKE B THE SUBJECT
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The method is to separate the variable from everything else. That means getting the variable on one side of the equals sign and everything else on the other side. A=5B+8.

Subtract 8 from each side: A-8=5B.

Now divide each side by 5: (A-8)/5=B.

So B=(A-8)/5.

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