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A ham sandwich consists of one slice of ham (14 grams) and two slices of bread (21 grams each). You have 1 kg of ham and 0.924 kg of bread. You make as many sandwiches as you can.
How many sandwiches did you make?
____________sandwiches
What is the mass of the sandwiches?
_________g
What is left over? -----> ham OR bread
What is the mass of the ingredient that is left over?
_________g
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Wt of each bread =21gm

Thus, wt of 2 breads for sandwich =2*21=42gm

Thus, total no of sandwiches = 924/42 = 22

Total mass of the sandwiches = 924 +14*22 = 1232 gm

Ham is left over.

692 gm of left is ham
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