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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.
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.
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.
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.
Once you've calculated the conversion factor, you then            multiply            each ingredient quantity by that factor.
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.
To begin scaling a recipe, you need to calculate the                     conversion factor                     , the number necessary to convert the quantity of each              ingredient              in the recipe.
When scaling a recipe down from ten servings to six servings, the conversion factor is       0.6      .
Identify the boiling point of water using the Fahrenheit scale.
1. 100 degrees F
2. 162 degrees F
3. 212 degrees F
4. 245 degrees F
When scaling a recipe up from ten servings to 14 servings, the conversion factor is       1.4      .
Identify the freezing point of water using the Fahrenheit scale.
1. 32 degrees F
2. 42 degrees F
3. 22 degrees F
4. 52 degrees F
Identify the freezing point of water using the Celsius scale.
1. 10 degrees C
2. 20 degrees C
3. 0 degrees C
4. -10 degrees C
How many cups are in a gallon?
1. 16
2. 18
3. 20
4. 22
Convert 20 degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit.
1. 6.6 degrees F
2. 72 degrees F
3. 68 degrees F
4. 36 degree F
If chocolate chips have 20 calories in 1 tbsp, how many calories are in 1 cup?
1. 240
2. 160
3. 320
4. 460
How many ounces are there in a pound?
1. 12
2. 14
3. 16
4. 18
Identify the boiling point of water using the Celsius scale.
1. 212 degrees C
2. 160 degrees C
3. 100 degrees C
4. 80 degree C
Convert 250 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius.
1. 121.1 degrees C
2. 220 degrees C
3. 250 degrees C
4. 21.6 degrees C