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posted by Jerald .
James is making a quart of won ton soup using canned chicken broth. A can of chicken broth holds 14 fl oz. How many cans will James need to buy?
32 fl oz=1 qt?
3 cans?

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Ms. Sue
Right.

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Jerald
Thank you!

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Bum Cheeks
What is it then?

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