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Q: 2n+12n=2(n+12)
A: 2n+12n=2(n+12) 14n=2n+24 12n=24 n=24/12 n=2
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Weegy: 14n=2n-24 12n=-24 n=-2
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2n+12n=2(n+12)
14n=2n+24
12n=24
n=24/12
n=2
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