# How do you solve #16.23+ n = 33.15#?

n = 16.92

To find the value of the variable n, we need to subtract 16.23 from both sides. This is made possible by the Addition Property of Equality. Afterward, we have n = 16.92!

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To solve ( 16.23 + n = 33.15 ), subtract ( 16.23 ) from both sides of the equation:

[ n = 33.15 - 16.23 ]

[ n = 16.92 ]

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