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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?

Please explain this a lot so i can get this.

  • math i don't get it -

    There is one ounce of food coloring per gallon of lemonade. So...
    There are 16 ounces in 16 gallons.

    16 ounces of food coloring are two cups. You need to use the fluid ounces to cups conversion factor: (8 fl. oz. per cup)

  • math i don't get it -

    1 ounce for 1 gallon.

    16 ounces for 16 gallons

    1 cup = 8 ounces
    __ cups = 16 ounces

  • math i don't get it -

    So does that means that there are 2 cups for 16 ounces but how many cups are for 16 gallons?

  • math i don't get it -

    There are two cups of food coloring per 16 gallons of lemonade.

    Please reread the answers with more care.

  • math i don't get it -

    Please read carefully the information that DrWLS and I posted.

  • math i don't get it -

    That means either there are 2 cups or 32 cups.

  • math i don't get it -

    Which makes more sense to you?

  • math i don't get it -

    i think 32 cups makes more sense

  • math i don't get it -

    Yikes! Please don't ever fix lemonade!

    There is one ounce of food coloring per gallon of lemonade. So...
    There are 16 ounces in 16 gallons.

    16 ounces of food coloring are two cups.

  • math i don't get it -

    I get it know so 2 cups of lemonade is the answer..... right? :I

  • math i don't get it -

    No. It's 2 cups of food coloring.

  • math i don't get it -

    Oh right, thank you so much and your help is very appreciated :)



    PS: I have two more questions about measurement so I will also need help on those.

  • math i don't get it -

    You're welcome.

    OK.

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