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Claire4christ

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The Marrieds are planning to serve 380 guests at a breakfast event. They plan to serve tomato juice, which comes in 46 oz. cans. Assuming they plan to serve each guest a 5 oz. portion and that there are 12 cans in a case, how many cases of tomato juice will they need?

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    Looks like another division problem, along with some unit conversions between oz, cans, and cases.

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    how many 5 oz glasses can you pour from a single 46 oz can? How about from a case of 12 cans, each with 46 oz...? Find the total amount of juice in one case, then divide to find out how many glasses of juice per case. But a better plan would be to first find out how many total ounces of juice you need for 380 guests... that way you will know if one case is enough, or 5, or 20, or whatever.

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    Unfortunately, timing is terrible... i literally have to log off right now... Give it a try and either I will be back on later or someone else can jump in to help.

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