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Part 1
If 1/4 cup of Egg Beaters equals 1 egg, how much Egg Beaters do we need if we only want 1/3 egg? The solution should be expressed in cups.
Part 2:
Convert your answer in part 1 to tablespoons or teaspoons, whichever unit gives a whole number.
Let E=quantity of Egg Beaters we need.

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    1. 1/4 * 1/3 =1/12 cup = 2/3 0z. =0.6666 oz.

    2. 0.6666 oz /0.1666 oz/tsp = 4 tsps.

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