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3 cups a sugar makes 36 cookies how many cookies would 2/3 cup sugar make?

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  1. (2/3)/3 * 36 = 2/9 * 36 = 8

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    posted by Steve
  2. A bag of chocolates contains 2 cups of Hershey's. If a recipe for cookies requires 1/3 cups of chocolates for each dozen, how many dozen cookies can I make?

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