Math
posted by Jason .
Emmy is 12. She writes an equation to find her mother's age, m.
m  12 + 35
What operation solves the equation for m?
add 12 to both sides, or
subtract 12 from both sides, or
multiply both sides by 12, or
divide both sides by 12

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bobpursley
Hard to say, this is not an equation, there is no = sign.
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