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–9 = 5/17 n = –153/5 n = –5/153 n = –17/45 n = –45/17

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  1. Schrodinger
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    I don't see n in here at all....are you sure this is the full question?

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  2. ashleylynn
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    N is right after 5/17

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    Can you just type it exactly how it's written? What do you mean right after? Like, 5/17n? or (5/17)n?

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    5/17n

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    Okay then. Let's see: -9 = 5/17n. In order to isolate n, we're going to have to multiply it out of the denominator, so we'll have to multiple -9 by (17n). -9(17n) = -153n. --- That being said, -153n = 5. From here, isolate n using division. Hope that helps.

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