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3/4-1/2n=4/5
Please don't give me the answer, just show me the steps to solve it

• math -

First, change all three fractions to their equivalents with a common denominator.

Next, subtract 3/4 from both sides of the equation.

Finally, divide both sides of the equation by 1/2.

• Math - correction -

Divide both sides by -1/2

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