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posted by george .
Match the equation with the step needed to solve it.
1. 2m  1 = 3m subtract m
2. 2m = 1 + m subtract 2
3. m  1 = 2 subtract 1
4. 2 + m = 3 subtract 2m
5. 2 + m = 1 add 2
6. 3 = 1 + m add 1

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Only #5 will leave you with an equation for m
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