how do I solve for n in literal equation s = n/n+1?

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Answered: I need help solving

Janet, you have to work from the inside first. (1-1/10) = (9/10). Then 1/(9/10) = 10/9. Then 10/9-1 = 1/9. Then 3 times 1/9 = 1/3. Spongebob, you can't solve that by factoring into 5 and 29. You can use the quadratic formula to get answers close to 13.6 and -10.6.

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(y^[-7])^7 = (1/y^7)^7 = (1/y)^49 or 1/y^49 That means: 1/y * 1/y * 1/y * 1/y....... 49 times

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Equations with one logarithm such as log10 x =1 are usually solved by exponentiating to get x = 10. Equations with more than one logarithm will be more complicated; for instance 10^(log10 x + log10 y) =xy. There can be a logarithm equation with no real solution, such as x = log x (although with ...

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If |x|= 1 (reads: the absolute value of X is 1), than x itself can be 1 or -1 (in both cases |x|= 1).
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Both of the above answers are only partially correct. There are two solutions to x^2-5=0, which correspond to the positive and negative square roots of 5, 2.236 and -2.236. There are no real solutions to x^2+5 = 0, but there are two imaginary roots, 2.236i and -2.236i.