# How do you solve for n in #(1/2)x-(2/3)=4x#?

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#### Answer:

#### Explanation:

Given

Solve for

1) Clear the first denominator by multiplying all the terms on both sides by 2 and letting the denominator cancel.

After you have multiplied and canceled, you will have this:

2) Clear the second fraction by multiplying all the terms on both sides by 3 and letting the denominator cancel.

After you have multiplied and canceled, you get this:

3) Subtract

4) Divide both sides by 21 to isolate

Answer

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Sub in

Cancel

Clear the parentheses by distributing the 4

Rewrite with a common denominator

Combine like terms

Check!