What does PART means?

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What does PART means?

Postby matrox » Fri Nov 18, 2005 8:34 pm

Let's say that we need:
1 part of A (which is powder)
2 parts of B (which is also powder)
Melt A and B
Then add 2.2 cc. of C (which is oil based)

My problem is the term "part".

Could someone help me out?

Thx
matrox
 

Postby Guest » Wed Dec 07, 2005 1:10 am

Part can be any measurment you want as long as they are equivilant.
So try 1 cup A....2 cups B.
or 1 pound A and Two pounds B.

Just change part to your unit of measurment.

Adam
Guest
 


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