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1. Jacob is baking chocolate chip cookies. The recipe uses 3/4 cup of sugar. Jacob wants to make one half of a batch. How many cups of sugar does he need? My answer is 1/4 cups if sugar.

2. In the fridge, hannah had 2/3 of a quart if milk. She used half of this milk when she had breakfast cereal. How much milk did she use? My answer is 1/6 o milk... Pls. Correct my answer

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  1. Both are wrong.

    1/2 * 3/4 = 3/8

    1/2 * 2/3 = ?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Jacob is baking chocolate chips cookies. the recipe uses 3/4 cups of sugar. Jacob wants to make one half of a batch. how many cups of sugar does he need? 2/3

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  3. Jacob is baking chocolate chips cookies. the recipe uses 3/4 cups of sugar. Jacob wants to make one half of a batch. how many cups of sugar does he need? 1/4

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  4. 3/4X1/2= 3/8

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  5. If hannah 2/3 of a quart of milk and sh used half the answer is 2/6 or simplified 1/3

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  6. 2/6

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  7. 1 2/4

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  8. 1
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    4

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  9. In the fridge, Hannah had 2 /3 of a quart of milk.

    She used half of this milk when she had breakfast cereal.

    How much milk did she use?

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  10. i need help on both of these

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  11. John Anthony Felix Cena, if you drop out of school then you won't have a great life. One reason you shouldn't drop out of school is that you will probably end up working at Mcdonalds and or you will be homeless. It sounds easy to dropout of school but, you wouldn't have a great life and you wouldn't be as smart as other people. No offence.

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  12. wait so wat is the answer

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  13. I'm pretty sure it is 1/2.

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  14. Y’all don’t know basic math the answer is 8/9

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  15. sa da

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