If a = (2/3)b + 4, how can b be expressed in terms of a ?
Solve the equation for b.
a = (2/3)b + 4 a  4 = (2/3)b {subtracted 4 from each side} (3/2)a  (3/2)(4) = b {divided each side by 2/3, which is the same as multiplying each side by 3/2} b = (3/2)a  6 {multiplied} Ask the House
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