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To solve the equation m6=13 you should
A.subtract 13 from both sides.
B. subtract 19 from both sides.
C. add 6 to both sides.
D. add to both sides.
 one year ago
 one year ago
To solve the equation m6=13 you should A.subtract 13 from both sides. B. subtract 19 from both sides. C. add 6 to both sides. D. add to both sides.
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Because u cant add 13 u cant subtract 13
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