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when the number n is multiplied by 4, the result is the same as when 4 is added to n. what is the value of 3n?
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$\textbf{Answer:}$

4

$\textbf{Explaination:}$

"The number $n$ multiplied by $4$" means we have $4n$   (1)

" $4$ added to $n$" means we have $n+4$     (2)

We are also told that (1) is the same as (2), hence we have,

$4n= n+4$

$4n-n = 4$

$3n = 4$
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