# The centralville high school cooking club has 12 1/2 pounds of flour with which to make tortillas, there are 3 3/4 cubs of flour in one pound, and it takes about 1/3 cup of flour per tortilla, how many tortillas can they make?

140

You can not make part of a tortilla so the final count is 140

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To find the number of tortillas the cooking club can make, we need to calculate the total amount of flour available and then divide it by the amount of flour required per tortilla.

First, we convert 12 1/2 pounds of flour to cups by multiplying it by 3 3/4 cups per pound: 12 1/2 pounds * 3 3/4 cups/pound = 46 7/8 cups

Next, we divide the total amount of flour by the amount of flour required per tortilla (1/3 cup): 46 7/8 cups / 1/3 cup = 140 2/3 tortillas

Therefore, the cooking club can make approximately 140 2/3 tortillas.

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