Kim needs 3/4 cup of flour to make 12 cookies. How much flour would she need to make 60 cookies?
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This is wrong solution. The answer should be: x = 60/12 * 3/4 = 3.75
You are right, we corrected fraction 3/5 (typo) to 3/4
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