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147+-157

++=+

--=+

+-=-

-+=-

so that means 147-157=-10

Q: 147 plus -157 equals n

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147n = 294Divide each side by 147:n = 294/147 = 2

7-2n=n-147-2n+2n=n-14+2n7=3n-147+14=3n21=3n21/3=3n/37=n

N=0

m = n/(n-1)

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147n = 294Divide each side by 147:n = 294/147 = 2

7-2n=n-147-2n+2n=n-14+2n7=3n-147+14=3n21=3n21/3=3n/37=n

n = 8

2 plus n is the true one, but 1 plus n is not?

N=0

2n plus 7 equals 19 2n equals 12 n equals 6

m = n/(n-1)

52.836

Yes.

no

Commutative

Yes it does. Very good !