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Well, this is pretty much common sense. A recipe has to be exact, so what do you think?
I pick A
Incorrect. The recipe calls for 4.5 cups of flour and .5 cups of brown sugar,and you need the exact measurements.
What is the answer
I'm not going to give the direct answer. Read OpenStudy's CoC and TaC. We help the user find the answer by themselves. We don't give answers, instead we guide the user to the answer. So if the recipe needs 4.5 cups of flour and .5 cups of brown sugar and a recipe needs to be exact, what should Paul measure out?
Please I have finals this is a time limit
You should not be using OS for a test.
A B C
I have basically told you the answer!! A recipe needs to be exact. The recipe needs 4.5 cups and .5 cups. So what should he measure? 4.5 and .5. which answer choice is that?
B is right
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Roxanne has $20 and she wants to buy some shirts. She picks one shirt that costs $10.99 and two shirts that cost $4.99 each. Which statement best describes if an exact total or an approximate total should be calculated? A. Roxanne must add the exact cost of the three shirts so she will know if she has enough money to buy the third shirt. B. Roxanne can round the prices of the shirts to the nearest dollar and then add to estimate if she has enough money.
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