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# A large mixer at a bakery holds 0.75 tonnes of dough. How many bread rolls, each of mass 150 g,can be made from the dough in the mixer

Hint:

### Make the necessary conversions and thus get the number of breads that can

be made.

## The correct answer is: 5000

### Complete step by step solution:

Total dough the bakery has = 0.75 tonnes

We know that 1 ton = 1000 kg

Here we have 0.75 ton. So,

On multiplying it with 1000, we have 0.75 ton = .75 1000 = 750 kg

Total dough in grams = 750 1000 = 750000 grams

Dough required for one bread roll = 150 grams

∴ Total number of bread rolls that can be made from 750000 grams =

Hence 5000 bread rolls can be made from 0.75 tonnes of dough.

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