Jravenv
  • Jravenv
Help me please screencap in comments. best answer rewarded
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Jravenv
  • Jravenv
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
You can subtract the right side from both sides as a start.
Jravenv
  • Jravenv
wait what?

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Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
Subtract the term on the right from both sides.
Jravenv
  • Jravenv
you mean the fraction?
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
Yep. Sorry.
Jravenv
  • Jravenv
4/n+3
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
No. Rather do a cross multiplication. That's easier.
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
So, \[14(n-4)=10(n+7)\]
Jravenv
  • Jravenv
Okay, so what's next?
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
Can you solve for n from here?
Jravenv
  • Jravenv
Um, I'm sorry I don't know how..
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
First we distribute the 14 and the 10 through the parentheses. That gives us... \[14n-56=10n+70\]
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
Do you see a way to solve for n?
Jravenv
  • Jravenv
Um no I'm sorry! .-.
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
Ever heard of "like terms"?
Jravenv
  • Jravenv
Yes. you have to combine like terms but every time I look at the equation my mind goes blank, can you help me to break it down a bit more?
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
Okay, well can you combine the like terms? you add the n's separately and the numbers separately.
Jravenv
  • Jravenv
14+24n?
Isaiah.Feynman
  • Isaiah.Feynman
It should be 4n=126. Solve for n from here.
Jravenv
  • Jravenv
Thank you

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