Q: How do you solve 2n plus 3?

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2/3 +4/6 =

x+3=14 x+3-3 = 14-3 (subtract 3 from both sides to solve for x) x = 11

3x-2 = 2x+3 3x-2x = 3+2 x = 5

2z+6z+24=0 8z+24=0 8z= -24 z= - 3

2x2+1x-3=0 4+x-3=0 x+1+0 x=-1 is your final answer

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n= -2

It can be simplified to: 9m-2n

You can't. 17 + 2n = 21 + 2n gives: 2n = 4 + 2n which gives 0=4 which is not possible so the sum is not solveable.

5-2n=3 -2n=3-5 -2n=-2 n=1

n + 2 = 5, solve for n.n = 5 - 2n = 3

2n plus 5 n would be 7n and its impossible to solve the value of n.

2n + 3 = 352n = 35 -32n = 32n = 32/2n = 16

3n - 2n = n 3n - 2n = (3 - 2)n = 1n = n

12+4n = 2n12+4n-4n = 2n-4n12 = -2n-1/2(12 = -2n)-6 = n

3 + 3n = 9 + 2n + 4n n = -2

18n + 27 or 9(2n + 3)

2n/3 = 4 2n = 3*4 2n = 12 n = 6 :)