Q: What is n increased by eight equals two?

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8+n

This is pretty advanced. Subtract "n" from the equation. You get 8=2. That is wrong. So now we have to make up numbers, called imaginary numbers. Otherwise known as letters. Now, since 8 doesn't equal 2,it is false. False starts with F. That is your answer. Math can be hard, but stick to it.

N = 12

N/2 = 3 so N = 6

n=1 is the the lowest level there is.

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This is pretty advanced. Subtract "n" from the equation. You get 8=2. That is wrong. So now we have to make up numbers, called imaginary numbers. Otherwise known as letters. Now, since 8 doesn't equal 2,it is false. False starts with F. That is your answer. Math can be hard, but stick to it.

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N = 12

N/2 = 3 so N = 6

3n + 15 equals 3 times the number n, the answer to which is increased by 15. It can only be evaluated if the value of n is known. The expression can be factorised but that is of marginal help in evaluating it.

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