David is making rice for his guests based on a recipe that requires rice, water, and a special blend of spice, where the rice-to-spice ratio is 15:115:115, colon, 1. He currently has 404040 grams of the spice blend, and he can go buy more if necessary. He wants to make 101010 servings, where each serving has 757575 grams of rice. Overall, David spends 4.504.504, point, 50 dollars on rice. How many servings can David make with the current amount of spice he has

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0.006 per gram

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0.006

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8 servings

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At the ratio of 15:1, the 75 grams of rice in one serving will require 75/15 = 5 g of spice. David's inventory of 40 g of spice is enough for ...

40 g/(5 g/serving) = 8 servings

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[tex]David is making rice for his guests based on a recipe that requires rice, water, and a special blend[/tex]

[tex]David is making rice for his guests based on a recipe that requires rice, water, and a special blend[/tex]