Q: What is 15-n?

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-5 -15n = 10add 5 to both sides-15n = 15divide both sides by -15n = -1

To figure out what N stands for 15n, 10 and 190 needs to be used in an equation. If the equation was 15n-10=190, you would start by adding 10 to both sides to give you 15n=200. The next step would be to divide both sides by 15 which gives you n=13.33.

The product of 15 and a number (when the number is n) is 15n. Subtract 8 from this and we have 15n-8

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n - 15 = 86n = 86 + 15n = 101

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-5 -15n = 10add 5 to both sides-15n = 15divide both sides by -15n = -1

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To figure out what N stands for 15n, 10 and 190 needs to be used in an equation. If the equation was 15n-10=190, you would start by adding 10 to both sides to give you 15n=200. The next step would be to divide both sides by 15 which gives you n=13.33.

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The product of 15 and a number (when the number is n) is 15n. Subtract 8 from this and we have 15n-8

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