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ElizbethLiddle208
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"Use this image to answer the following question. If there are only enough strawberries to produce 2 gallons of strawberry ice cream, how many gallons of chocolate ice cream can the shop efficiently produce? "

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mishy

From the image, it can be seen that when the shop produces 2 gallons of strawbelly ice cream, it can efficiently produce 15 gallons of chocolate. When they produces 8 gallons of strawbelly ice cream, it can efficiently produce 12 gallons of chocolate and when they produces 12 gallons of strawbelly ice cream, it can efficiently produce 4 gallons of chocolate. Therefore, If there are enough strawberries to produce 2 gallons of strawberry ice cream, the shop can efficiently produce 15 gallons of chocolate ice cream.

Jefferystewart

15 gallons of chocolate ice cream

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