Asked Mar 5, 2020

Consider a cookie recipe in which 1 1/2 cups of chocolate chips are needed to make 25 cookies. Lara wants to double the number of cookies. How many cups of chocolate chips should she use?


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The original number of cookies = 25

Lara wants to double it 


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