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Is the rate 3/4 cup butter/6 eggs = 9 cups of butter/ 73 eggs equivalent to the rate?

is it yes

  • Math -

    cross multiply and see for yourself.
    (3/4)/6=9/73
    (3/4)(73)=(9)(4)

    if they are equal, then yes, then equivalent to rate

  • Math -

    21/27= 7/9

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