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− | One | + | One can, can hold <math>12</math> ounces of soda, what is the minimum number of cans needed to provide a gallon (<math>128</math> ounces) of soda? |
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== Solution 1 == | == Solution 1 == |
Revision as of 20:40, 29 January 2020
Problem
One can, can hold ounces of soda, what is the minimum number of cans needed to provide a gallon ( ounces) of soda?
Solution 1
cans would hold ounces, but , so cans are required. Thus, the answer is .
Solution 2
We want to find because there are a whole number of cans.
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