Consider the formula S = sf/F where S represents sweetness of a cake, • s represents the amount of sugar in a cake, f represents the amount of frosting and •
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Consider the formula S = sf/F
where
S represents sweetness of a cake,
• s represents the amount of sugar in a cake,
f represents the amount of frosting and
• F represents the amount of flour.
Select an appropriate measurement unit for sweetness of a cake,
SAY LETTER OR ANSWER
where
S represents sweetness of a cake,
• s represents the amount of sugar in a cake,
f represents the amount of frosting and
• F represents the amount of flour.
Select an appropriate measurement unit for sweetness of a cake,
SAY LETTER OR ANSWER
2 Answer

1. User Answers iaindimech
Answer:
D
Stepbystep explanation:

2. User Answers MrRoyal
Answer:
D. (sugar * frosting)/Flour
Stepbystep explanation:
Given that
The formula for sweetness of a cake is represented by S = sf/F
where the
sweetness of a cake is denoted with S
amount of sugar in a cake, with A
amount of frosting, with f
amount of flour with F.
To get the appropriate unit, all we need to do is to substitute the letter representation of each unit with the original word.
So,
S = sf/F becomes
S = (sugar * frosting)/Flour
We arrive at this by replacing s with sugar; f with frosting and F with Flour