I don't know how to solve this problem. I was thinking maybe you could help me?yesindecisionsmileylaughwinkcheeky

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I am not compleatly sure if my work is correct, but i know that the first step is that you never leave the variable on both sides. aslo, you have to do the same to both side of the equation. you probally don't want to end up with a negitive number. so first, you would subtract 2b from both sides, leaving you with 3/4-1=1b.
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