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Homework Help: math equation

Posted by Brian on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 6:24pm.

A chef is preparing a recipe for an upcoming banquet. Normally, he uses 10.25 mL of water, but today, he is using 112.75 mL of water. By how many times did the chef need to increase the recipe?

Is this right??

i = variableE
Equations

10.25i / 10.25 = 112.75 / 10.25

i = 11


112.75/ 10.25

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