simple equations ( math)
posted by vanessa .
Mary has $38 and Jane has $12. How much must Mary give Jane so that they both have the same amount>?

they have 50 dollars between them.
Half that is 25 dollars. How much more does Jane need to get 25 dollars? How much will Mary have remaining?
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