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posted by koo
Camila wanted to learn cooking so that she could help out at home. In the cooking class, 10 students shared
6
8
kg of sugar equally. How much sugar would each student get? (Please round off your answer to the nearest whole number if needed. Leave your answer in g)

PsyDAG
Did they share 6, 8 or 68? Assuming 68:
68/10 = 6.8kg
1kg = 1000g
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