For a large order, Mr. Magoo made 3/8 kg of fudge in his bakery. He then got 1/6 kg from his sister’s bakery. If he needs a total of 1 1/2 kg, how much more fudge does he need to make? Put your answer in fraction form. Example: Mr. Magoo needs to make #/# more fudge.

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Answer:Amount fudge he needs = 23/24 kg

Step-by-step explanation:Given:Total fudge wants = 1[tex]\frac{1}{2}[/tex] = 3/2 kg

His sister gave = 1/6 kg

He make = 3/8 kg

Find:Amount fudge he needs

Computation:Amount fudge he needs = Total fudge wants – His sister gave – He make

Amount fudge he needs = 3/2 – 1/6 – 3/8

Amount fudge he needs = 23/24 kg