Q: What does 2N and 2N mean?

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If you mean: 2n = 5-2 then n = 1.5

It is a linear expression in two variables.

2n is the diploid number. It double the number of chromosomes present in a genome. 2n represents the number of chromosomes in a somatic cell. The number n is called the haploid number. n represents the number of chromosomes present in a germ cell

6=(1-2n)+5 6-5=(1-2n)+5-5 1=1-2n 1-1=1-1-2n 0=-2n 0/-2=-2n/-2 0=n

Meiosis produces haploid gametes which have the ' n ' symbol.

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If you mean: 2n = 5-2 then n = 1.5

If you mean: 4n-2n = 4 then 2n = 4 and n = 2

Every number multiplied by 2 is an even number, so that 2n is an even number. Usually we represent an even number by 2n.

If you mean: 4n = 1-23-2n then 6n = -22 and so n = 11/3

It is a linear expression in two variables.

2n + 4m - 2n + m = 5m

DDR1 has a prefetch of 2n, which means it can store 2 bits of data in each prefetch buffer.

14-2n = 12

it is 2n -n because in meiosis a diploid 2n becomes a haploid n.

If you mean 2n+4, or 2n-4, that already is an algebraic expression. The idea might be to put it into words. 2n+4 is twice n, increased by 4. Notice you need a comma because if you write twice n increased by 4 this is 2(n+4)

Three more than twice a number.

I am assuming that 2n is an algebraic expression, and n is limited to positive integer values. The first 4 multiples of 2n are 0 (2n*0), 2n (2n*1), 4n (2n*2), and 6n (2n*3). If you are looking for non-0 multiples, you would also include 8n (2n*4).