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A. 3 tsp. = 1 TBSP. (4 teaspoons = ? = 1 TBSP + 1tsp.)
B. 4 TBSP = ¼ cup ( 6 TBSP = = ¼ cup + 2TBSP
C. 8 TBSP = ½ cup D. 12 TBSP = ¾ cup E. 16 TBSP = 1 cup Pattern?
Dry measuring cups 1 cup ½ 1/3 cup ¼
How to measure ¾ cup? ¼ c. + ¼ + ¼ = ¾ ½ c + ¼ c = ¾
f. 1 lb. = 16 oz. How would you figure your weight in ounces? Do it and show your work.
g. 1 gal = 4 qts.
h. 1 qt = 4 cups
i. 1 pt = 2 cups
j. 1 cup = = 8 ounces = ½ pt = 16 T
k. Butter/ Margarine 1 stick = ½ cup 1 lb = 2 cups
CHALLENGE: 1 gal = ____ cups 1 gal = ____ T. 1 gal = ____ pt. Answers – 16 cups 256 T 8 pints
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