Algebra, check please?
posted by Allyson .
5(N+2)=3/5(5+10n)
And then I wrote down 5n+10
But what would do after that? I know that the equal sign basically cuts it inhalf so that it's two problems.. but I just don't know what to do from that point.
Help please?
Allyson

also expand the right side, so your equation is
5n + 10 = 3 + 6n
103 = 6n5n
7 = n
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