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A recipe for strawberry punch calls for quart (qt) of ginger ale and qt of strawberry soda.
a) How much liquid is needed?
b) If the recipe is doubled, how much liquid is needed?
c) If the recipe is halved, how much liquid is needed?

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    a) 1 qt. + 1 qt. = 2 qts.

    b) 2 * 2 = ?

    c) 2 / 2 = ?

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    1qt+1qy=2
    2*2=4
    2/2=1

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