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One-third the sum of a number N and 5 is 2 more than one-fifth the sum of N and 3.

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    1/3 (N+5)-2=1/5 (N+3)

    check that.

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    Do i mulitply the equation my 5,3?

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    yes, multipy both sides by 15

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