# How do you solve -2= \frac{( n - 3)}{4}?

Apr 6, 2018

#### Answer:

The answer is: $- 5$ for $n$.

#### Explanation:

This is a very basic question. First off, you will need to get rid of the denominator. Multiply each side by $4$. This will change your equation into:

$- 8 = n - 3$

Using elementary algebra, we know we need to isolate the variable. Proceed to add $3$ to each side.

This will give you:

$- 5 = n$

There is your answer.