# Twice the sum of a number and -6 equals -6 times the sum of the number and 4. Let n stand for the number. Solve for n.

1 answer:

**Answer:**

n = -18/7

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Represent the number with n.

Then:

n - 6 = -6(n + 4)

Performing the indicated multiplication, we get:

n - 6 = -6n - 24

Combining like terms results in 7n = -18, so n = -18/7

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