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A recipe that makes 9 servings calls for 2 1\4 cups of juice. How many cups of juice are there per serving?

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    i will give medal

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    .25 cups of juice or 1/4 if it needs to be in fraction form.

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    what

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    you mean

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    For each serving there is 1/4 cup of juice

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    ok now i understand thank you

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    No problem

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    A recipe that makes 6 servings calls for 1\3 cup of sugar. Arlene modifies the recipe so that it can serve 9. How many cups of sugar does Arlene need? How many cups of juice are there per serving?

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