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How much vanilla will it take to make 30 cupcakes if it takes 1 3/4 teaspoons of vanilla to make 12?

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asked by Sherri
  1. 1.75/12 = x/30

    12x = 52.5

    x = 4.375 = 4 3/8 tsp

    posted by Ms. Sue

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