Question

# Solve the following equation by balancing on both sides: b) 6n+7= 3n+25

Hint:

### solve the given equations for m and n .

## The correct answer is: n = 6

### (b) Ans :- n = 6

Explanation :-

6n + 7 = 3n+25

Step 1:- Now, subtract 7 from both sides to balance the equation

Step 2:- Now, subtract 3n from both sides to balance the equation

we get 3n + 18

Step3 :- now divide both sides of equation by 3 to balance the equation

3n/3 = 18/3 n = 6

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