4th grade math

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find the value of n. n / by 30 = 20

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    n/30 = 20

    Multiply both sides by 30

    n = 20 * 30
    n = 600

    We can prove this is the correct answer by substituting 600 for n in the original problem.

    600/30 = 20
    20 = 20

    Yep, that's the right answer.

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