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Choose the correct property illustrated by the following statement:
If 3m¡ÐZ = 90¨¬, then m¡ÐZ = 30¨¬
Please help know its either division property or reflexive property...im not sure wich though..if any one knoes its very appreciated thxx

2+(12+r)=(2+12)+r
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