# MATH HELP!!!!!!

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how would I solve the problem, 10=2/7n+4 ?
Please I need help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

• MATH HELP!!!!!! -

First, you subtract 4 from both sides, then times 7/2 on each side:

10 = 2/7n+4
14= 2/7n
49=n

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