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Mrs Sedlowski knows she can get three scoops of ice cream from a pint container how many one-scoop ice cream cones can she make from a quart is a gallon enough to make 30 one-scoop ice cream cone?
6 one scoop cones and No
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The ice cream shop offers 31 flavors You order a double-scoop cone In how many different ways can the put the ice cream on different falvors?
It depends on whether you count chocolate on top and strawberry on bottom as different than strawberry on top and chocolate on bottom. If you want those to be the same, you …use 31 choose 2, which is the number of combinations of two items you can have with 31 available items. To calculate this, you use 31! /2!(31-2)! =31x15 If you want those to be different, you'll use permutations instead. This would be 31!/(31-2)! = 31x30 See this website for more information: mathforum org
You cannot make them in an ice cream cone because you have to bake the cup cakes. If you bake the cupcakes in the ice cream cone, not all of the batter will cook and the… cone will burn before any of the cupcakes are done. If you want to have cupcakes in your ice cream cone, I would recommend that you make your cupcakes first then crumble it up into an ice cream cone.
It depends on the brand, some have more than others. Also what kind of ice cream can change the amount
Seems that no matter how you serve ice cream to a child they'll end up wearing a good part of it. Give it to them in a bowl and they'll spill it over the sides. Serve it to th…em in a cone and it's dripping everywhere. Although kids love ice cream they're going to make a mess with it nearly every time. You can lessen the chances that they'll make a horrible mess, though, when you make ice cream cone holders for any type of cone. They're easy to make and allow the child to simply set the cone down, momentarily, anytime he wants. And, the cone holders are so easy to clean that you won't mind breaking them out every time your kids have ice cream cones. Plastic canvas makes the perfect ice cream holder. In case you don't know what it is plastic canvas is a craft item that looks like a grid. Having a screen pattern, but being plastic instead of metal, the grid is found at most any craft store. It's available in assorted colors so you can easily choose colors that coordinate with your kitchen or dishes. The canvas is not expensive and is sold by the sheet or the roll. A sheet will only make one or two ice cream cone holders, however, so it's best to purchase it by the roll for this particular project. Plastic canvas is easy to bend and twist into other shapes. That's good because that's exactly what you will do to create the ice cream cone holders. Cut pieces of canvas so that they're approximately the size of half a piece of notebook paper. This is all you need to make each cone. Twist the canvas into a cone shape and glue in place. The type of glue you use is all-important. Although hot glue and other adhesives might work quickly many of them do not stand up to water or moisture. Check to see that the glue you use is waterproof. After gluing the edges of the cone together you have the basic pointed ice cream cone shape. But, the cone holder can't be the same size as the cone or it will be difficult to remove once it's in the holder. hold a cone up to the cone holder to see how tall or short to make it. Cut the plastic canvas cone so that it is approximately half the size of the cone without the ice cream in it. Cut pieces of non-cloth ribbon and glue them around the top area of the cone. Fold the ribbon so that half is on one edge, then it goes over the top edge, then the other half is affixed to the opposite edge. This will cover any raw edges and give the holders a more finished look. Make a stand for the cone holder by cutting a circular disk. The disk doesn't have to be huge to hold the cone. Cut the disk from the plastic canvas, cover the edges with glued-on ribbon, then glue the disk to the point of the cone holder. It's helpful to cut a tiny piece off of the very tip to make it easier to glue onto the base. The finished cone holders are extremely useful when making a large amount of cones - like at a birthday party - and can be simply rinsed out when needed. To make a cone holder for cones that feature a flat bottom use a piece of the plastic canvas. Twist it so that it makes more of a cylinder shape than a pointed cone. Glue the ends together, cover the raw edges, then glue on the bottom piece. Either cone holder is very easy to make, costs little, but will help keep down ice cream messes for years to come! Make a completely different type of cone holder by using laminated pictures. Choose the images you want from magazines, posters, calendars or other sources. Laminate them between two pieces of clear, adhesive shelf liner then twist them into the cone or cylinder shapes. These are great because they can have themes of cartoon characters, beach scenes and other summer-related images. Glue them together and attach the base. Instead of a plastic disk you can use lids, like one from a mayo jar or peanut butter jar, to make the base. You can embellish any of the cone holders by gluing on something like a plastic flower, a painted wooden shape or some other trinket. You'll find lots of suitable miniatures and other embellishments by browsing around your local craft store.
you are going to need a small screw driver, a duster buster, some yarn, and a screen (from a window). Take the screw driver and chizzle around the edges to get the cream loose…. Once loose, attach the screen using the yarn (make sure it is secure). Once the screen is fastend, switch the power button on your duster buster from off to on. Suck the ice cream right out!
It is nasty do not try it just kidding its really good
it varys but.................
If you have n flavors available, you can make n(n-1) different permutations (each flavor can be on bottom or top and its considered different) or n(n-1)/2 different combinatio…ns (unique pairs of flavors ignoring order). I think the answer you want is n(n-1)/2.
How many different 3 scoop ice cream cones can you make using 6 flavors in any order with three different flavors on each cone?
You have a choice of six flavors for the first scoop, five for the next, and only four for the last. 6 x 5 x 4 = 120 combinations.
seriously,i have no idea i really want to know and i think you want to know too,but i which i know how cause i'll be doing it almost everyday but really i dont know. Good lu…ck if you knew how and good look for me cause i want to know how. bye
Metal, a mixture of copper & silver -.- ..... noob
two are the most. unless you want brain freeze. Too much ice cream can cause brain freeze