Can you combine like terms on the left hand side? can you combine like terms on the right hand side? is there a variable on both sides? what side of the new equation is the variable on? is there a number being added or subtracted to that side? is there a number next to the variable ?
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10b-2=4+14

10b=2+4+14=20

b=20/10

b=10
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10b-2=4+14

     +2      +2

10b=20

10b/10=20/10

b=2

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