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Need to make sure I am figuring this problem correctly.I have to analyze the fat content and the protein content on three different items, here is one...
cookies weigh 340g and state 6g fat, I figured... 6x9=54 fat cal
54/340g x100%=15.88% fat content.

Is this the right way to handle this?

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    dunno where the 6x9=54 came from, but 54/340 is indeed 15.88% fat content

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