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Eliza and Jamie are making cupcakes for a bake sale at school. Eliza need 2one third c of flour for her recipe and Jamie needs 1three fourths c for her recipe. They have 4 c of flour. Do they have enough flour for both recipes? Explain.

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    Do you mean 2 1/3 and 1 3/4?

    Convert to decimals.

    2.33 + 1.75 = ?

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