The following nutrition information is listed on a box of crackers: Serving size 0.50 oz (6 crackers) Fat 4 g per serving Sodium 140 mg per servinga. If the box has a net weight (contents only) of 8.0 oz, about how many crackers are in the box?b. If you ate 10 crackers, how many ounces of fat did you consume?c. How many servings of crackers in part a would it take to obtain the Daily Value (DV) for sodium, which is 2400 mg?

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The following nutrition information is listed on a box of crackers: Serving size 0.50 oz (6 crackers) Fat 4 g per serving Sodium 140 mg per serving

a. If the box has a net weight (contents only) of 8.0 oz, about how many crackers are in the box?

b. If you ate 10 crackers, how many ounces of fat did you consume?

c. How many servings of crackers in part a would it take to obtain the Daily Value (DV) for sodium,
which is 2400 mg?

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a.Mass of box = 8.0oz

Number of crackers n = ?

0.50oz 6 crackers
Then, 1oz -12crackers
Number of crackers 87 12crackers-96crackers
loz
x
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0.50oz 6 crackers Then, 1oz -12crackers Number of crackers 87 12crackers-96crackers loz x

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b.Number of ounces for...

loz 12crackers
No of crackers 10
loz 0.830z
Mass 10crackersx.
12crackers
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loz 12crackers No of crackers 10 loz 0.830z Mass 10crackersx. 12crackers

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