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Carla's mother makes some delicious cakes. To make one, she adds a quarter of its weight in water, a fifth of its weight in butter and a tenth of its weight in sugar to the flour. How much water, butter and sugar will she need for 200 g of flour?

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1. Calculemos la cantidad de agua, que es un cuarto del peso de la harina:

\text{Agua} = \frac{1}{4} \times 200 \, \text{g} = 50 \, \text{g}

2. Calculemos la cantidad de manteca, que es un quinto del peso de la harina:

\text{Manteca} = \frac{1}{5} \times 200 \, \text{g} = 40 \, \text{g}

3. Calculemos la cantidad de azúcar, que es un décimo del peso de la harina:

\text{Azúcar} = \frac{1}{10} \times 200 \, \text{g} = 20 \, \text{g}

Respuesta:

\text{Agua} = 50 \, \text{g}

\text{Manteca} = 40 \, \text{g}

\text{Azúcar} = 20 \, \text{g}

2. Calculemos la cantidad de manteca, que es un quinto del peso de la harina:

3. Calculemos la cantidad de azúcar, que es un décimo del peso de la harina:

Respuesta:

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