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Which is an everyday situation for the math expression with the context provided? ; sharing something equally A. Cory had 150 dollars in his savings account. He withdrew K dollars to buy a catcher's mitt. He then had dollars left in his savings account. B. The cafeteria has a capacity of 150 seats. If k is the number of people in the cafeteria at lunch time, then is number of seats that were not used at lunch time. C. A librarian had 150 books to be placed on shelves with an equal number of books on each shelf. If k is the number of shelves to be used, then is the

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