A teacher asked his students to solve the equation p−16=16. One student incorrectly said that the solution is 0. What is the correct solution? What mistake might the student have made?
The correct solution would be 32.
The student might have thought it was addition. 0+16 = 16. So they might have simply misread the sign.
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