What is the value of n? 2n-7/3 =15 n=

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\[2n-7/3=15\]
times -3/7 on both sides

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do u get it?
26/3
is the answer 8.67
i got -3.2
do u have choices
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can u tell me how u got that
hold on
8.67
n is being multiplied by 2 and then 7/3 is being subtracted. First, you must add 7/3 to both sides.
my brother was helping me and explaining it he got 8.67... and it made sense but everyone is saying something else
idk maybe ur right
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8.6 is right because you do \[26 \div 3\]
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15+7/3 is 17.3 right?
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Now that we have 2n, and we want n, we divide both sides by 2. Dividing by 2 is the same as multiplying by 1/2
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my answer doesnt have a fraction
i would like to offer an alternative mult whole equation by 3 3(2n-7/3=15) and you end up with 6n - 7 =45 add 7 to both and then divide both by 6 n=52/6 n=8.67
or 8 2/3 = 8.67
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