# How do you solve 4/13= (-2b)/13 + (6b)/26?

Jun 7, 2016

$b = 4$

#### Explanation:

By multiplying the 2 sides of the equation, we'll get rid of the fractions

$26 \left(\frac{4}{13}\right) = 26 \left(\frac{- 2 b}{13} + \frac{6 b}{26}\right)$

$8 = - 4 b + 6 n$

$8 = 2 b$

$4 = b$