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The lemonade recipe calls for 2 tablespoons or 1 ounce of food coloring for every gallon. How many cups of food coloring are there in 16 gallons of lemonade?

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  • math -

    One cup is 240 ml
    1 table-spoon is 15 ml.
    So 1 cup = 16 table-spoons

    How table-spoons are in 16 gals?
    This equals how many cups?

  • math -

    2 cups are in 16 ounces

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