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Kairi and Jacob have $80 for movies and dinner. If the movies cost $12 per person and $10 for a large popcorn and two pops, how much money do they have left for dinner? What equation would be best to use for this problem?

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  1. 12(2)+10+d=80 or 80-(12(2)+10)=d

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