# SOLUTION: I tryed working this one it dont seem right 9n+5(n+3)=-(N+13)-2 9N+5N+15+N-11=0 15N+4=0 N=3/4

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Systems-of-equations Question 5144: I tryed working this one it dont seem right 9n+5(n+3)=-(N+13)-2 9N+5N+15+N-11=0 15N+4=0 N=3/4Answer by rapaljer(4667)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!You wrote: 9n+5(n+3)=-(N+13)-2 9N+5N+15+N-11=0 This last step contains an error, and I also see another error in you very last step in your solution. I think in both errors, you tried to do two steps at once. Not usually a good idea, since you don't seem to be handling it without making errors. I recommend that you remove all parentheses in the first step: 9n + 5n + 15 = -n-13 - 2 The second step is to combine like terms on the left side and also on the right side: 14n + 15 = -n - 15 Next, get all the n terms on one side (the left side) by adding +n to each side: 14n + n + 15 = -n +n - 15 15n + 15 = -15 Next, get all the non-n terms on the other side (right side) by subtracting 15 from each side: 15n + 15 - 15 = -15 -15 15n = -30 Divide both sides by 15: n= -2 R^2 at SCC