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anonymous
 one year ago
Jeff is baking a cake keep the recipe says that he has some mix 32 g of vanilla powder to the flower Jeff knows that one cup of that particular vanilla powder has a mass of 120 g he added two thirds of a cup of vanilla powder to the flower should just add more vanilla powder to make the exact recipe or did he go over and by what amount?
A) he needs to add 1/4 of a cup
B)he went over by 5/12 over a cup
C) he went over by 1/4 of a cup
D) he needs add 5/12 of a cup
anonymous
 one year ago
Jeff is baking a cake keep the recipe says that he has some mix 32 g of vanilla powder to the flower Jeff knows that one cup of that particular vanilla powder has a mass of 120 g he added two thirds of a cup of vanilla powder to the flower should just add more vanilla powder to make the exact recipe or did he go over and by what amount? A) he needs to add 1/4 of a cup B)he went over by 5/12 over a cup C) he went over by 1/4 of a cup D) he needs add 5/12 of a cup

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