Q: How do you solve n?

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am * an = am+n

Its just 8/n or 8 divided by n. You can't solve this problem because there is no other number to simplify or solve.

If you mean: n-4 = 10 then n =14

n+1=n solve for n.

It is impossible to solve for n if there's nothing to equate it with. No could be any number each except for -4. All we know is n = n

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You can only "solve for n" if you have an equation, i.e. an equal sign - or an inequality.

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You cannot solve n + 412 because it is an expression NOT an equation (or inequality).

Solve for n. 2n+3=0 2n=-3 n=-3/2

Its just 8/n or 8 divided by n. You can't solve this problem because there is no other number to simplify or solve.

am * an = am+n

If you mean: n-4 = 10 then n =14

n - 6m = 8 n = 6m + 8

The answer is n = 5.

It is impossible to solve for n if there's nothing to equate it with. No could be any number each except for -4. All we know is n = n

n+1=n solve for n.

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