# How do you solve #(3n)/5-2/5=7/10#?

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To solve the equation (3n)/5 - 2/5 = 7/10:

- Add 2/5 to both sides of the equation: (3n)/5 = 7/10 + 2/5
- Find a common denominator for 7/10 and 2/5, which is 10. So, 7/10 + 2/5 = 7/10 + 4/10 = 11/10.
- Now the equation becomes: (3n)/5 = 11/10
- Multiply both sides by 5 to isolate n: (3n)/5 * 5 = 11/10 * 5
- Simplify: 3n = 11/2
- Divide both sides by 3: (3n)/3 = (11/2)/3
- Simplify: n = 11/6 or approximately 1.833.

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