a dog walker and he charges $10 to come to my house, $2 per mile walked. she charged you 16 dollars. Which equation could I use to determine how far she walked you dog.
16 + 10 = 2m
2m + 10 = 16***
16 + 2m = 10
2m  10 = 16
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