I need to set up a proportion for this question:
A recipe for chocolate chip cookies requires a half cup of sugar for a serving of 8 cookies. You need to make 30 cookies for your Math class and decide to use proportions to calculate how much sugar you need.
Tell me if I am doing this right please :)
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I know that 1/2cup sugar = 8 cookies so that means that C = 30.
I need to find out what C is.
I think that maybe I would set up the proportion like this but I'm not sure:
And then I would cross multiply. The only thing I'm not sure I'm doing right is setting up the proportion. Please let me know. Thank you :)
The best way, not to get confused again is, use a heading
Cup : Cookies
Now try it
Oh and I am using the C to represent the unknown CUP of sugar. I suppose I could have used S for sugar but oh well :p