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Q. Sean used three fourth cup of sugar to make a dozen brownies. How much sugar is in each brownie? ((three is numerator and fourth is demonator)) Choose Between Division, subtraction, mulipcation, or addition.

Answer: Addition.

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  1. (3/4) / 12

    = 3/(4*12)

    = 1/(4*4)

    = 1/16

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  2. 12 + 3/4 = 12 3/4

    Hmmm -- That doesn't seem right.

    Please try again.

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    Ms. Sue
  3. Would It Be Multiplication?
    3/4 * 12
    12/1 * 3/4
    36/4 = 9

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  4. 9 cups of sugar in each brownie??? How can that be?

    THINK!

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    Ms. Sue
  5. she mixed this 3/4 cup of sugar up with some other ingredients in a big mixing bowl.

    Then she baked and divided the bowl contents up into 12 brownies

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  6. I agree with ms.sue

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  7. But can it be both or one never know sorry going though math problems with my daughter

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