Answer to Question #161465 in General Chemistry for Ismael

Question #161465

You go to the grocery store to buy chocolate chips but they only have the package masses listed in ounces and each package contains 8 oz. of chocolate chips (1 oz. = 28.35 g). How many packages do you need to buy for this recipe? (For any partial packages you calculate, you need to round up to a whole number since the grocery store will not let you by partial packages).


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2021-02-05T04:08:11-0500

1 oz. = 28.35 g

"\\therefore" 8oz=? 8*28.35/1

=226.8g

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