# A recipe calls for 12 fluid ounces of milk. One fluid ounce is equivalent to 30 mL. How many mL of milk does the recipe require? ?

A recipe calls for 12 fluid ounces of milk. One fluid ounce is equivalent to 30 mL. How many mL of milk does the recipe require? Round your answer to the nearest whole number.

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• You can't multiply 12 times 30? Am I missing something here?

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• Testing folks is an insult. If you can't figure the answer for yourself,go back to school.The answer is not too difficult 😄   Round that out to the nearest whole number.

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• The recipe would require 360 ml of milk.

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• According to whatisconvert.com, 12 fluid ounces is equal to 354.88235625 ml. But they [correctly] state that an ounce is equal to 29.5735296875 ml. If you use 30 ml, that you should in order to get the answer in the textbook, the 12 fluid ounces would be equal to 360 ml. Use that as your answer, even if it's wrong.

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• It's ml, not mL. And why can't you do simple multiplication?

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• 12 oz = 360 ml using that for conversion. 354.88 would be exact.

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• 12 Fluid Ounces (US) = 0.354882 Liters which is less than half a liter

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• 360 ml, multiply 3×12 and tack a 0 on the end, no problem

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• Anonymous
1 month ago

Do you mean ml (lower case “l”)?

If you don't know the abbreviation for millilitres and can't multiply 12 by 30 you shouldn't be cooking.

A whole number multiplied by a whole number always gives a whole number - there's no rounding up to be done.

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• Really, you can't figure out 30 times 12 by yourself?

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