You want to find out how many cards were in Mona's deck at the beginning. Which situation about her game best represents the equation ?
Mona gave 4 players an equal number of game cards and then put 2 cards back in the box. After that, the first player had 10 cards.
Mona gave 4 players an equal number of cards and then gave the first player 2 extra cards. After that, the first player had 10 cards.
Mona gave 4 players an equal number of cards and then gave each player 2 additional cards. After that, each player had 10 cards.
Mona gave 4 players an equal number of cards and then gave 1 more card to 2 players. After that, the first player had 10 cards.
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