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julie sorted 52 sports cards.she divided them into 5 equal groups.julie had 12 cards leftover.how many cards were in each group

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Ms. Sue
52  12 = 40
40 / 5 = ? 
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friendly helper
maybe but:
(5212)/5=n
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