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There are 3 grams of fiber in 1/2 a cup of oatmeal.There are 1 1/8 cups of oatmeal left. Approximate the number of grams of fiber left in the box

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    6 in a cup
    we have 9/8 of a cup
    6 * (9/8) = 27/4 = 6 3/4

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