math i need help please

solve the equation
13a=65
a.845
b.30
c.5
d.15

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  1. Your turn.

    What do YOU think the answer is?

    Hint: The equation states that 13 times some unknown number is 65.
    You need to find that unknown number.

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. it is 845

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    posted by makeeda
  3. Nope. You must be kidding.

    13 * 845 does not equal 65

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    posted by Ms. Sue

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