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The recipe for mint chocolate ice cream requires 2 1/4 cups of creams for 5 people. You need ice cream for 8 people. How much cream will you need?

Please explain,thanks.

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  1. 2 1/4 = 9/4

    (9/4)(8/5) = (9/1)(2/5) = 18/5 = 3 3/5 cups

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  2. Let's set up a proportion and cross-multiply.

    2 1/4 / 5 = x / 8

    5x = 2 1/4 * 8
    5x = 18
    x = 3 3/5 cups

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  3. 3.6

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  4. 3 3/5 cups idk why it's 2016 In my school still got us doing this

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  5. 2 1/4 Ć· 5 = 9/20
    9/20 x 8 = 18/5
    18/5 = 3.6
    3.6 cups

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  6. It's 3 3/5

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  8. 2\44

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  9. 2 1/4 divided by 5 = 9/20
    9/20 x 8 = 18/5
    18/5=3 3/5
    3 3/5 cups!!!

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  10. 3.6

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  11. 2 1/4 divided by 5 = 9/20
    9/20 x 8 = 18/5
    18/5=3 3/5
    3 3/5 cups!!!

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  12. 2 1/4 divided by 5 = 9/20
    9/20 x 8 = 18/5
    18/5=3 3/5
    3 3/5 cups!!!

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