How do you solve 14g-2f=120 if 2f equals 40? You are solving this problem for g.

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14g -2f = 120

14g - 40 = 120            [ 2f = 40 given  ]

14g = 120 + 40

14 g = 160

g = 160/14

g = 80/7
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