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Using one of the following forms, x+p=q or px=q, write an to represent these problems using x as the unknown variable.

Emily can jump twice as far as Evan on the broad standing board if Emily can jump 6.5 feet. How many feet can Evan jump?

Emily can jump twice as far as Evan on the broad standing board if Emily can jump 6.5 feet. How many feet can Evan jump?

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