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100g of yogurt contains 150mg of calcium. How many kg of yogurt would we have to eat to meet the daily dose of calcium 1000mg?

Correct answer:

m =  0.6667 kg

Step-by-step explanation:

m1=100 g c=150/1000=203=0.15 g  m2=1000/1000=1 g  m3=cm2 m1=2031 100=32000666.6667  m=m3 kg=m3:1000  kg=666.6667:1000  kg=0.667 kg=32 kg=0.6667 kg

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