MATH SOLVE

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# HURRY WILL MARK BRAINLIEST 1. A recipe includes a cup of sugar and 1 cups of four. Susan doubled the recipe by changing themeasurements to 2.1 cups of sugar and 33 cups of flour.(a) Are Susan's measurements correct? If not, double the original measurements correctly and simplifyhoud(b) What if Susan had to triple the recipe. What would the measurements be? Show your workcDescribe the process of changing a mixed number into an equivalent immoner fraction

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Answer:(a)Susan's measurements are incorrect. correct measurement is 2 cups of each sugar and flour.(b)The triple measure is 3 cups of sugar and 3 cups of flour.Step-by-step explanation:The original measurements of the ingredients are: Cups of sugar needed = 1 cupand Cups of flour needed = 1 cupNow, the double of the original measurements are:Double of sugar = 2 x ( Previous measurement ) = 2 x ( 1 cup) = 2 cupsDouble of flour = 2 x ( Previous measurement ) = 2 x ( 1 cup) = 2 cups(a) Susan doubled the recipe with 2.1 cups of sugar and 33 cups of flour.As the double measurements of sugar and flour are 2 cups each.hence, Susan's measurements are incorrect.b) The triple measurements of the ingredients are:Triple of sugar = 3 x ( Previous measurement ) = 3 x ( 1 cup) = 3 cupsTriple of flour = 3 x ( Previous measurement ) = 3 x ( 1 cup) = 3 cupshence the triple measure is 3 cups of each sugar and flour.