A baker is going to make 24 blueberry pies. She

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A baker is going to make 24 blueberry pies. She wants to make sure each pie contains 3.5 cups of blueberries. How many cups of blueberries will she need?
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pripravyf
Answered 2022-01-24 Author has 12 answers
Step 1
Since baker wants that each pie contains 3.5 cups of blueberries, to calculate how many cups will she need if sshe is going to make 24 pies, we have to find the next prodduct:
24×3.5=?
1) Multiply these numbers as if they were both whole numbers, ignoring the decimal point
24×3.51201partial product,24×57202partial product,24×3
2) Add partial products
24×3.5120+720840
3) Compensate by placing the decimal point in the product
24×3.5one decimal digit120+720840one decimal digit
Therefore,
24×3.5=84
The baker will need 84 cups of blueberries.
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Answered 2022-01-25 Author has 11 answers
Step 1
1 pie=3.5 cups of blueberries
24 pies=? blueberries
Since you already know how many blueberries are needed for one pie, now to find how many blueberries are needed for 24 pies, multiply 24 by 3.5:
243.5=84
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Answered 2022-01-27 Author has 438 answers
Step 1 The baker wants to make 24 blueberry pies. Since, 1 pie needs 3.5 cups of blueberries, She will need, 24×3.5 cups Answer: 84 cups.
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