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A package of paper towels has 12 rolls of paper towels in it. Mr. Kelly will put an equal number of rolls of paper towels in 4 rooms. He uses the number sentence below to find the number of rolls of paper towels, $t$, he will put in each room.

$$12 ÷ t = 4 $$

Which number sentence can Mr. Kelly use to find the number of rolls of paper towels, $t$, he will put in each room?
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12/4 = t

   12/4     = 3
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