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after a game coach larson wants to serve ounch to the players on her soccer team. she will mix 1 quart of ginger ale and 1 gallon of fruit punch together. find the number of 8-ounce servings she can make

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1 quart = 32 oz.

1 gallon = 128 oz.

(32 + 128) / 8 = ?

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