Can anyone help me solve this algebra porblem?
Negative four and two thirds equals two "n" over three plus one over three plus "n" over three.
The answer to your question is: Yes. Someone can.
Even though you haven't asked for the solution,
I'm here already so I might as well go through it:
-(4 and 2/3) = 2n/3 + 1/3 + n/3
Combine the 'n' terms on the right side:
-(4 and 2/3) = n + 1/3
Change (4 and 2/3) to an improper fraction:
-(14/3) = n + 1/3
Multiply each side by 3 :
-14 = 3n + 1
Subtract 1 from each side:
-15 = 3n
Divide each side by 3 :
-5 = n