If you only have a 1/10 measuring cup and a recipe calls for

4 3/10 cups of flour, how many 1/10 cups would you need to use?

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If you only have a 1/10 measuring cup and a recipe calls for

4 3/10 cups of flour, how many 1/10 cups would you need to use?

1000 cause 100 x 10

1 - (1/5) = 4/5 yards of ribbon.

(4/5) / (1/10) = 8 Pieces of 1/10 Yard Long Ribbons

Hope that Helped you.

Step-by-step explanation:

well let break it down

you have 1/10

you need 4 and 3/10

that can be changed to 43/10 because you need 4 WHOLE or 40/10 (40/10 = 4)

if you can pour 1/10 and you need a total of 43/10, you'd need to use 43 of the 1/10 measuring cups

5

Step-by-step explanation:

5 times 1/10 is 5/10 which is equal to 1/2 🙂

Step-by-step explanation:

well let break it down

you have 1/10

you need 4 and 3/10

that can be changed to 43/10 because you need 4 WHOLE or 40/10 (40/10 = 4)

if you can pour 1/10 and you need a total of 43/10, you'd need to use 43 of the 1/10 measuring cups

27

Step-by-step explanation:

4/10

Step-by-step explanation:

when converting fractions, you multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same number. In this case, multiply it by 2, giving you 4/10.

8 tenths

Step-by-step explanation:

4/5 is the same as 8/10.

And 8/10 is the same as 8 x 1/10.

So, there are 8 tenths in 4/5 of a pie!

🙂

30 because if you multiply this and 1 / 10 together you get 30/10 or just 3

7 and a half because 3/4=.75