During the basketball game, Jen made 4 times as many shots as she missed. If she made 12 shots, how many shots did she miss?
My guess:
3 * 4 = 12 shots total so 3 are missed.
I do not want to teach this wrong. Please help.
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yes you seem to be correct
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answered by carol 
i can't see the number i see "3*4"
so idk the answer sorry 👍
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answered by Alai vejar barragan 
Sorry nvm about that lol
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answered by Alai vejar barragan
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