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11 March, 04:43

Hildy had 2.5 oz of liquid for a science experiment. the instructions said that the experiment needed 3 oz of liquid. she went to the cabinet and got an additional 7.5 oz of liquid. did hildy get a reasonable amount of liquid out of the cabinet?

a. yes, hildy got a reasonable amount of liquid because she needed a total of 7.5 oz (2.5 * 3 = 7.5).

b. no, hildy did not get a reasonable amount of liquid because she only needed 0.5 oz (3 - 2.5 = 0.5).

c. no, hildy did not get a reasonable amount of liquid because she only needed 5.5 oz (3 2.5 = 5.5).

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  1. 11 March, 05:16
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    Answer is b answer is b
  2. 11 March, 05:44
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    For this case we have the following amount of liquid:

    2.5 oz.

    The amount of liquid needed is:

    3 oz.

    Therefore, the amount of fluid needed is:

    3oz - 2.5oz = 0.5oz

    Answer:

    b. no, hildy did not get a reasonable amount of liquid because she only needed 0.5 oz (3 - 2.5 = 0.5).
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