how many pieces of cake each weighing 50 grams can be cut from a larg cake weighing 500 grams?

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To add to 5/8 to make it equal 6, you would need to add 43/8

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what is 317420 rounded to the nearest thousand? **Weegy:** 317,000 is the nearest thousand. **User:** how many pieces of cake each weighing 500 grams? **Weegy:** Could you please restate the question I think something is missing. **User:** how many pieces of cake each weighing 50 grams can be cut from a large cake weiighing 500 grams? (More)

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5 kg will be the weight of 10 such pieces of cake in kg if the weight of 1 piece of cake is 500 grams.

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10 pieces of cake each weighing 50 grams can be cut from a large cake weiighing 500 grams.

Solution:

500/50 = 10

Solution:

500/50 = 10

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if 1/4 of a number is 35. what is 3/4 of the same number? **Weegy:** 140 **User:** 1/5 of a sum of money is equal to $20. what is 1/4 of it **Weegy:** 25 **User:** kimberly gave half of her grapes to akeem and one third to jamila. what fraction did she still have? (More)

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Updated 345 days ago|11/30/2023 2:16:07 PM

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35 x 4 = 140

Therefore, the whole number is 140.

To find 3/4 of this number, we can multiply 140 by 3/4:

140 x 3/4 = 105

Therefore, 3/4 of the same number is 105.

Therefore, the whole number is 140.

To find 3/4 of this number, we can multiply 140 by 3/4:

140 x 3/4 = 105

Therefore, 3/4 of the same number is 105.

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1 whole is represented as 1/1.

So, the fraction she still had is:

1 - (1/2) - (1/3)

To subtract fractions, we need a common denominator. In this case, the common denominator is 6.

So, the fraction she still had is:

6/6 - (3/6) - (2/6)

Simplifying the fraction gives us:

(6 - 3 - 2) / 6

Which equals:

1/6

So, the fraction she still had is:

1 - (1/2) - (1/3)

To subtract fractions, we need a common denominator. In this case, the common denominator is 6.

So, the fraction she still had is:

6/6 - (3/6) - (2/6)

Simplifying the fraction gives us:

(6 - 3 - 2) / 6

Which equals:

1/6

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tickets numbered 6 to 31 were sold for barbecue at $6.00 each. how much money was collected **Weegy:** $150 (More)

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Updated 19 days ago|10/22/2024 9:03:46 AM

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To calculate the total amount of money collected from selling tickets numbered 6 to 31 at $6.00 each, follow these steps:

1. Determine the total number of tickets sold:

Total tickets = Last ticket number - First ticket number + 1

Total tickets = 31 - 6 + 1

Total tickets = 26

2. Multiply the total number of tickets by the price per ticket:

Total money collected = Total tickets * Price per ticket

Total money collected = 26 * $6.00

Total money collected = $156.00

Therefore, $156.00 was collected from selling tickets numbered 6 to 31 at $6.00 each.

1. Determine the total number of tickets sold:

Total tickets = Last ticket number - First ticket number + 1

Total tickets = 31 - 6 + 1

Total tickets = 26

2. Multiply the total number of tickets by the price per ticket:

Total money collected = Total tickets * Price per ticket

Total money collected = 26 * $6.00

Total money collected = $156.00

Therefore, $156.00 was collected from selling tickets numbered 6 to 31 at $6.00 each.

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