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  • 5 years ago

n-5 over 2=5 help please forever till i'm done or i will get a F

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  1. anonymous
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    when u get equation like this, first thing u do is diminish the fraction by multiply both sides with the amount in denominator.

  2. anonymous
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    multiple by sides by 2 to get n-5=10, add 5 on both sides to get n=10+5=15

  3. anonymous
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    let me try it

  4. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    SPACENIGHT DO I ADD 5 TO 15 OR 10 I KNOW I ADD 5 TO 5 I'M CONFUSED

  5. anonymous
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    You add 5 to 10 to get 15.

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    add 5 on both sides meant: n-5+5 = 10+5 ---> n=15

  7. anonymous
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    OOOH LOL

  8. anonymous
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    HOW ABOUT \[-9+N OVER 4=-7\]

  9. anonymous
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    I MEANT N OVER 4 LOL SORRY

  10. anonymous
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    Add 9 on both sides so you get (n/4)=2. Multiple by sides by 4 to get n=8

  11. anonymous
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    multiple both sides*

  12. anonymous
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    WAT!!!!!!!!!!

  13. anonymous
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    \[-9 + N \over 4\] = 7

  14. anonymous
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    first, multiply EVERYTHING by 4. like so:

  15. anonymous
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    \[4[(-9 + N)/4] = 4[7]\]

  16. anonymous
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    This removes the fraction.

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    \[-9+N OVER 4 =-7

  18. anonymous
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    oh okay

  19. anonymous
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    anyway you still multiply everything by 4.

  20. anonymous
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    this takes away the fraction, leaving you with -9 + N = 28

  21. anonymous
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    I mean -28

  22. anonymous
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    OK

  23. anonymous
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    add 9 to both sides

  24. anonymous
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    N = 19

  25. anonymous
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    (I mean -19)

  26. anonymous
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    do you understand?

  27. anonymous
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    OK

  28. anonymous
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    need any other help with this type of problem?

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