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Sarah is following a recipe that calls for 1 1/4 cups of flour. About how many cup of flour would she need to make 4/9 batch of the recipe?

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    1 1/4 = 5/4
    4/9 * 5/4 = 5/9 = .55555
    1/2c is just a bit short (.5)
    2/3c is just a bit over (.666)

    1/2c is a better estimate

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