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Maths in Work: Measuring Ingredients


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Created on 19 May 2008 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 02 February 2011 by ncetm_administrator

 
Title Measuring Ingredients
Organisation Wheelbirk Farm
 
Overview
At Wheelbirks Farm there is a herd of 120 Jersey cattle from which  milk, cream and ice-cream are produced. Marion takes a measured amount of milk from the morning milking and puts it through a pasteuriser at 85◦ Celsius. She carefully measures ingredients by weight or volume and mixes them together before pouring the ice cream into small tubs. During the process she uses a formula (or recipe) and measures temperature, weight and volume.
 
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Keywords

Formulae, Temperature, Volume, Weight
 
Curriculum Category
Maths in Work Measures, click here to search for videos in this category
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