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ABBREVIATIONS tsp = fl oz = T = pt = f.g. = qt = hr = kg = cm = C = L = sq = t= °F = gal = min = g= “ = mL = °C = lb= oz= tbsp= doz= In= mm =

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The Math of Food

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Cups – tablespoons and teaspoons 1.How many tablespoons are in 1 cup? 2.To help understand, take a full piece of paper (represents a cup of ingredient). How many tablespoons would that equal? 3.Fold the paper in half. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 4.Fold in half again. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 5.Fold in half again. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 6.Fold in half one more time. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 7.Open the paper to help you see how many tablespoons are in one cup. 8.On each square write 1 T = 3 t

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Fluid Cups – ounces 1.How many fluid ounces are in 1 cup? 2.To help understand, take a full piece of paper (represents a cup of ingredient). How many tablespoons would that equal? 3.Fold the paper in half. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 4.Fold in half again. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 5.Fold in half again. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 6.Open the paper to help you see how many ounces are in one cup. 7.On each square write 1 T

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Ounces (weight) - Pounds 1.How many ounces are in 1 pound? 2.To help understand, take a full piece of paper (represents a cup of ingredient). How many tablespoons would that equal? 3.Fold the paper in half. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 4.Fold in half again. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 5.Fold in half again. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 6.Fold in half one more time. How much does each section represent now? How many tablespoons is that? 7. Open the paper to help you see how many ounces are in one pound. 8.On each square 1 oz.

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1 T = ___ tsp 3 1 c = ___ T = ___ tsp 4 qt = ___ gal 1 c = ___ fl oz 1 lb = ___ oz = ___ c 2 c = ___ pt = ____ mL 2 pt = ___ qt = ___ L = ____ mL 16 8 1 48 16 2 1500 1 1000 1

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EQUIVALENCIES PRACTICE 3 c = _____ tsp 12 tsp = _____ T 1/8 c = _____ fl oz 36 tsp = _____ T ¾ c = _____ fl oz 12 oz = _____ lb 7 T = _____ tsp 4 lb = _____ oz 3 c = _____ T 6 fl oz = _____ c 8 T = _____ c 1 ½ c = _____ fl oz 3 lb = _____ c 4 T = _____ tsp

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