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posted by nicole .
what are the answers to the following questions?
6n+16=26, n=?
8a6=18 a=?
1610n=24 n=?
18+14z=6 z=?
etc? show work please?
8a6=18 a=?
8x?6?18
8x36=18
the answer is 3
6n+16=26
6n=2616
6n=10
10/6=1.6
n=1.6
1610n=24
10n=24+16
10n=40
40/10=4
n=4
18+14z=6
14z=618
14z=24
z=0.07
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