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Divide 52 by 4. A. 13 r1 B. 13 C. 14 D. 12
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User: Divide 52 by 4. A. 13 r1 B. 13 C. 14 D. 12

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User: What is step 2 in the problem-solving process? A. Do the work. B. Write down the facts and figures. C. Find a relationship between what is given and what must be found. D. Read the problem.

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Step 2 in the problem-solving process is: Write down the facts and figures.
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