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Kitchen Math Practice. Remember to put in a proper or mixed fraction, reduced, and with the correctly measured amount **We use 1 T., 1 tsp., ½ tsp , ¼ tsp 1 c., ½ c. 1/3 c. ¼ c. Food Fact.

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### Kitchen Math Practice

Remember to put in a proper or mixed fraction, reduced, and with the correctly measured amount

**We use 1 T., 1 tsp., ½ tsp, ¼ tsp

1 c., ½ c. 1/3 c. ¼ c.

Food Fact
• Whenever you double or halve a recipe, the temperature of the oven does NOT change. However, the amount of ingredients, cooking time and size of the pan will be affected.
Double:

½ c.

Double:

1/8 tsp.

Double:

1 1/3 c.

Double:

2 ¼ c.

Double:

1 ½ tsp.

Double:

¾ tsp.

Double:

2 tsp.