Please help.. A table shows a proportional relationship between the cups of sugar and flour for an apple pie recipe. Cups of sugar. Cups of flour 1/4. 2.5 1/2. 5 1. 10 Enter the number of cups of sugar for every 1 cup of flour for the recipe.
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The proportion of sugar to flour is 1 to 10. So the proportion of flour to sugar is 1 to 1/10.

1 cup of flour requires a tenth of a cup of sugar.

answered May 8 by Rod Top Rated User (592,760 points)

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