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Simplifying 1.4 = n + -12 Reorder the terms: 1.4 = -12 + n Solving 1.4 = -12 + n Solving for variable 'n'. Move all terms containing n to the left, all other terms to the right. Add '-1n' to each side of the equation. 1.4 + -1n = -12 + n + -1n Combine like terms: n + -1n = 0 1.4 + -1n = -12 + 0 1.4 + -1n = -12 Add '-1.4' to each side of the equation. 1.4 + -1.4 + -1n = -12 + -1.4 Combine like terms: 1.4 + -1.4 = 0.0 0.0 + -1n = -12 + -1.4 -1n = -12 + -1.4 Combine like terms: -12 + -1.4 = -13.4 -1n = -13.4 Divide each side by '-1'. n = 13.4 Simplifying n = 13.4

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