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 The percentage of fat in a container of yogurt 2013-05-17 From Katy:There is a question that I' having trouble with. It says: "A container of yogurt contains 228 g of water, 54 g of carbohydrates, 12 g of protein and 6 g of fat, what percentage of the yogurt is fat?" How do you convert 6 g into percentage?Answered by Penny Nom. The volume of a yogurt pot 2008-12-04 From Robyn:Okay, I know you have some answers on converting this already, but I can not convert the yoghurt pot I need yet into ml. Is there some way to explain this using the yoghurt as an example? The pot's 150g of lowfat strawberry yoghurt... would the 'low-fat' have an effect on this? I'm sorry if this is a bother for you to answer, I just don't seem to be able to get it... Have a nice day. - RobynAnswered by Janice Cotcher and Penny Nom. Banana yogurt 2000-11-03 From James:A grocery store has 100 cartons of banana yogurt in stock.Each carton contains 12 cup of banana yogurts.The probability that a cup has fewer than 20 banana chunks in it is 10 %. So,What is the probability that between 15 and 25 (inclusive) cartons out of the 100 cartons have exactly 3 cups with fewer than 20 banana chunks? Answered by Harley Weston.

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