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List below are several ingredients in a recipe. what are the ingredients for 1/2 the recipe ? for 3 recipe? 4 1/8 cups flour, 5 teaspoons cinnamon , 1/2 teaspoon of salt The ingrdients for 1/2 the recipe are ___ cups of flour (simplify your answer.type a mixed numeral) teasppons cinnamon ___ (simplify your answer.type a mixed numeral) teaspoons salt ___ (simplify your answer.type a mixed numeral) The ingredients for 3 recipes are ____ cups of flour. (simplify your answer.type a mixed numeral) teaspoons cinnamon ___ (simplify your answer.type a mixed numeral)

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  1. juanjohnguy Group Title
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    It might not be as easy as Im about to say but I believe that the only thing you need to do is divide or multiply the amount that is given by how much they want you to find

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  2. amber15 Group Title
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    oh okay cause i am sure lost on it

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  3. juanjohnguy Group Title
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    Yeah that would be my best guess

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  4. amber15 Group Title
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    okay i sure will work on it thank you

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  5. juanjohnguy Group Title
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    No problem

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    Just multiply each ingredient by however many times you're making the recipe. 1/2 the recipe? Multiply by 1/2. 3 times? Multiply by 3.

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  7. amber15 Group Title
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    oh okay

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