MATH SOLVE

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# Answer Please???? Finn is baking cakes for a party. The number of cups of sugar Finn needs is proportional to the number of cakes he plans to bake.Which statements are true about the number of cups of sugar Finn needs?Select each correct answer. Finn needs 4 cups of sugar for 6 cakes. Finn needs 1 cup of sugar for 112 cakes. Finn needs 6 cups of sugar for 4 cakes. Finn needs 112 cups of sugar for 1 cake.

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Answer:Hello there!The answer to your question is :C: Finn needs 6 cups of sugar for 4 cakes.D: Finn needs 1 1/2 cups of sugar for 1 cake.Step-by-step explanation:The graph clearly shows ( sides cups of sugar) (bottom number of cakes)For sugar you need 6 cups to make 4 cakesFor sugar on the second question you need 1 1/2 cups of sugar to make 1 cakeMultiply 1 1/2 times 6 then divide and your answer is 4. That's 4 cakes out of 6 cups of sugar out of the original cups of sugar ( 1 1/2)

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