**Question:**please show me how you did it.

**Answers:**

Are you looking for the value of n?

2n-3+n/2=3

after multiplying both sides by 2, the equation will look

2n-3+n=6

add like terms

3n-3=6

add 3 to both sides

3n=9

divide both sides by 3

n=3

In the parenthesis you can simplify to:

(3n-3)/2=3

Multiply both sides by 2

3n-3=6

Add 3 to both sides

3n=9

Divide both sides by 3

n=3

first you change the "/2" from side which should now multiply... (2n-3+n)=3*2

Remove the parenthesis now and multiply... 2n-3+n=6

Now change the -3, it will add now... 2n+n=6+3

Do the math... 3n=9

Now move the 3, it is multiplying so no it will divide... n=9/3

and done ... n=3

lets check... (2(3)-3+(3))/2=3

All you would do is multiply both sides by 2 to get rid of the divided by two. That would leave you with 2n-3+n=6. You would then add the n's together to get 3n-3=6. Then you add 3 to both sides to cancel the minus three. That leaves you with 3n=9 which means that n=3.

Ur question is (2n - 3 +n) / 2=3,right

OK so u need to cross multiply the denominator of LHS with the numerator of RHS,like this

2n-3+n=2 x 3

Then do the following :-

2n - 3 +n=6

Then collect the like terms

2n +n=6+3

Then add the like terms

3n=9

Then divide by bringing 3 on RHS side

n=9/3

n=3

So ur answer is 3

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