You have a pitcher that holds 39.3 oz of lemonade. If each glass holds 8.8 oz. So how many glasses can you completely fill?

easternerjx
2022-09-21
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tucetiw0

Answered 2022-09-22
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divide 39.3 and 8.8

$\frac{39.3}{8.8}$ = 4.4659 oz

however, the question requires the glasses to completely be filled and so with these types of questions, you must round down to four glasses of lemonade.

$\frac{39.3}{8.8}$ = 4.4659 oz

however, the question requires the glasses to completely be filled and so with these types of questions, you must round down to four glasses of lemonade.

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