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posted by Laquan .
3 tablespoons for 1.5 servings.
Whats the unit rate

To find the actual tablespoons per serving, divide the total tablespoons used by the total servings:
(3 tablespoons)/(1.5 servings)
=3/1.5 tablespoons/serving
=?? tablespoons/serving
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