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5 August, 02:07

Ray is baking cookies for a bake sale. He uses 15.25 ounces of flour to bake 4 batches of cookies on Monday. If he uses 8 ounces of flour using the same cookie recipe on Tuesday, what would be the best estimate of the number of batches of cookies he baked on Tuesday?

A.

5 batches

B.

2 batches

C.

1 batch

D.

3 batches

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  1. 5 August, 02:46
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    b

    Step-by-step explanation:

    15.25/4 = 3.8125 per bach

    8/3.8125 = roughly 2 so b is it
  2. 5 August, 03:41
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    1 Batch ... i think.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    So, like, half of 15 is 7.5. That makes two batches. I don't think we're supposed to say 0.5=1 batch here, cause that is unrealistic.
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