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Other learners in the class are going to make fruit juice for the tea party.
a) They estimate that each person will have 600 ml of juice. How many litres of juice will they need to make in total (for 60 people)?
b) The class makes 40 litres of juice. They wish to transport it in 1,5L flasks.
i. How many flasks will they need?
ii. If they only have 15 flasks, (and can transport 15 flasks at once from the school to the home) how many trips will they have to make to get all the fruit juice to the tea party?
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Each person = 600 ml of juice.

a) 600 ml of Juice x 60 People = 36 000 ml of juice

36 000 ml = 36L

There will need 36L in total for 60 people.

b)

i) 40L of juice / 1.5L = 26.66 (So they will need about 27 Flasks)

ii) 27 Flasks - 15 Flasks = 12 Flask (12 Flasks will be left after the first trip)

No Flasks will be left after the second trip. Therefore they will need to make a total of 2 trips.
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