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Culinary Math Questions - All Grades

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Continuing Education Culinary Math
If you have 3/4 of a cup, how much more is needed to equal 1 cup?
  1. 1/2 cup
  2. 3/4 cup
  3. 1/4 cup
  4. 1/8 cup
Continuing Education Culinary Math
How many 1/4 cups are needed to equal 1 cup?

     4     
Continuing Education Culinary Math
If there are 8 ounces in a cup, how many ounces are in 2 cups?

     16     
Continuing Education Culinary Math
If a pound is equal to 16 ounces, how many cups are in a pound?

     2     
Continuing Education Culinary Math
How many 1/2 cups equal 1 cup?

     2     
Continuing Education Culinary Math
If there are 4 ounces in 1/2 cup, how many ounces in 1/4 cup?

     2     
Continuing Education Culinary Math
If there are 8 ounces in 1 a cup, how many ounces are in 1/2 cup?

     4     
Grade 6 Culinary Math
When scaling a recipe up from three servings to ten servings, what will be the new measure for the original 4 ounces (118 ml) of chicken stock?
  1. 3.3 ounces (97 ml)
  2. 12 ounces (354 ml)
  3. 13.3 ounces (393 ml)
  4. 6 ounces (177 ml)
Grade 6 Culinary Math
When scaling a recipe down from sixteen servings to four servings, what will be the new measure for the original 1 diced medium carrot?
  1. 2 carrots
  2. 1/2 carrot
  3. 4 carrots
  4. 1/4 carrot
Grade 6 Culinary Math
When scaling a recipe up from four servings to ten servings, what will be the new measure for the original 2 Tbsp (30 ml) of chopped fresh basil?
  1. 4 Tbsp (60 ml)
  2. 6 Tbsp (90 ml)
  3. 4 1/2 Tbsp (67.5 ml)
  4. 5 Tbsp (75 ml)
Grade 6 Culinary Math
When scaling a recipe, identify the mathematic formula for finding the conversion factor.
  1. divide the desired number of servings by the original number of servings
  2. multiply the original number of servings by the desired number of servings
  3. divide the desired number of servings by 3.14 and multiply by the original number of servings
  4. multiply the desired number of servings by the original number of servings
Grade 6 Culinary Math
When scaling a recipe down from twelve servings to six servings, what will be the new measure for the original 1/2 cup (125 ml) cocoa?
  1. 1/4 cup (60 ml)
  2. 1 cup (250 ml)
  3. 1/3 cup (80 ml)
  4. 3 Tbsp (45 ml)
Grade 6 Culinary Math
When scaling a recipe up from two servings to four servings, what will be the new measure for the original 1 cup (250 ml) of flour?
  1. 1/2 cup (125 ml)
  2. 2 cups (500 ml)
  3. 4 cups (1000 ml)
  4. 1/4 cup (60 ml)
Grade 6 Culinary Math
Identify the correct conversion factor when scaling a recipe up from four servings to eight servings.
  1. 0.2
  2. 0.5
  3. 5
  4. 1.2
Grade 10 Culinary Math
When scaling a recipe up from four servings to seventeen servings, the scaled up measure of the original 1/4 cup (60 ml) cocoa will be                           2 cups + 1 tsp (255 ml)                           of cocoa.
Grade 10 Culinary Math
When scaling a recipe down from ten servings to six servings, the scaled down measure of the original 2 quarts (1.9 liters) of vegetable stock will be                            38.4 ounces (1.1 liters)                            of vegetable stock.
Grade 10 Culinary Math
When scaling a recipe up from six servings to fifteen servings, the scaled up measure of the original 1/2 tsp (2.5 ml) of cinnamon will be                      1 1/4 tsp (6.2 ml)                      of cinnamon.
Grade 10 Culinary Math
When scaling a recipe down from twelve servings to eight servings, the scaled down measure of the original 2 cups (250 ml) of flour will be                       1 1/3 cups (330 ml)                       of flour.
Grade 10 Culinary Math
Once you've calculated the conversion factor, you then            multiply            each ingredient quantity by that factor.
Grade 10 Culinary Math
To find the conversion factor when scaling a recipe, the first step is to          divide          the desired number of servings by the            original            number of servings in a recipe.
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