# The ratio ofthe volume of milk to that of milk coffee in a cup of cappuccino is 2 : 5. How would you find the volume of the coffee in a cup of cappuccino if 150 mL of milk is used?

(I take it that the "coffee" and the "milk coffee" are two different things.)

Add this to the milk's volume:

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To find the volume of the coffee in a cup of cappuccino, if 150 mL of milk is used, you can use the given ratio of milk to milk coffee, which is 2:5. First, determine the total parts in the ratio by adding 2 (for milk) and 5 (for milk coffee), which equals 7 parts. Then, divide the volume of milk (150 mL) by the total parts (7) and multiply the result by the parts representing milk coffee (5).

Calculation: Volume of milk coffee = (Volume of milk / Total parts) * Parts representing milk coffee Volume of milk coffee = (150 mL / 7) * 5 Volume of milk coffee ≈ 107.14 mL

Therefore, the volume of coffee in a cup of cappuccino is approximately 107.14 mL when 150 mL of milk is used.

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