Posted by **tracy** on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 12:40am.

could donuts be quantified in terms of mass instead of number explain? here's my answer but not sure of it:

sure...but, since the mass of donuts varies, if you ordered say a pound of donuts at dunken donuts, you may get a partial donut or two. for that matter let's say you wanted some chocolate, some old fashioned, some blueberry, some vanilla with sprinkles, etc to make a pound. Like 3 ounces of each... you would probably get a box of partial donuts.

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