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How many 3 oz servings of nacho's can i get out of 6 pounds of nacho's

I would like to know how many 3 oz servings of nacho's i can get out of 6 pounds of nacho's

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16 oz to a pound, times 6=96oz÷3=32 3 oz servings

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