Therefore, **1/4 is not greater than 1/3** and the answer to the question “Is 1/4 greater than 1/3?” is no. Note: When comparing fractions such as 1/4 and 1/3, you could also convert the fractions (if necessary) so they have the same denominator and then compare which numerator is larger. Is 1/4 greater than 1/4?

although, How many burgers will 2 lbs of beef make?

If you’re making the patties yourself (to save money or because you love making burgers), assume **four burgers per pound of meat**.

equally important, Whats bigger 1/4 pound or 1/2 pound?

Is 1/2 larger than 1/**4**? These are all the same questions with one answer. 0.5 is greater than 0.25. Therefore, 1/2 is greater than 1/4 and the answer to the question “Is 1/2 greater than 1/4?” is yes.

otherwise Is a half pound burger too big?

1/2 lbs. **is good**, not great, depending on the toppings, dressings, etc.. 1 lbs. is too much meat, it’s like you ordered meatloaf and they threw in the buns as an after thought.

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**How many hamburgers can Donnie make with 6 pounds of hamburger meat?**

How many hamburgers can Donnie make with 6 pounds of hamburger meat? 6Ś = 6 x3 = **18 hamburgers**.

**How many burgers does 3 lbs of meat make?**

For each pound of ground beef, you can make 4 burgers. If cost is a concern then you can add some cheaper fillers like bread crumbs and diced onion and by doing this you can get 30% more burgers. How much meat do I need for **12 burgers**? – You will need 3 pounds of beef.

**How many pounds of hamburger do I need for 50 Sloppy Joes?**

How many pounds of hamburger do I need for 50 Sloppy Joes? Our recipe calls for 1 ½ pound of ground beef, which makes enough for six servings. To make 50 sandwiches, you would need to purchase **12 ½ pounds of meat**.

**What is bigger a 1/4 or 2 3?**

Therefore, **2/3 is greater than 1/4** and the answer to the question “Is 2/3 greater than 1/4?” is yes. Note: When comparing fractions such as 2/3 and 1/4, you could also convert the fractions (if necessary) so they have the same denominator and then compare which numerator is larger.

**Is a quarter more than a half?**

As nouns the difference between half and **quarter**

is that half is one of two usually roughly equal parts into which anything may be divided, or considered as divided; — sometimes followed by of; as, a half of an apple while quarter is any one of four equal parts into which something has been divided.

**Is a quarter pound burger big?**

Fast food giant McDonald’s has quietly made a change to one its most popular items: the Quarter Pounder. The sandwich now defies burger math and includes **4.25 ounces of beef**, slightly more than its former size of 4 ounces before cooking.

**What is the perfect size burger?**

Grab 5 to 6 ounces of meat and lightly toss from hand to hand, forming a ball. The patty should be **at least as wide as your bun and about 3/4 to 1 inch thick**. Make a divot in the middle of the burger with your thumb to help it keep its shape while cooking. These patties can be made ahead and chilled in the fridge.

**How big is a 4oz burger?**

4 oz of raw, lean meat is **about 3 ounces after cooking**.

**How big is a half lb burger?**

**8 Ounce** (Half Pound) Patty.

**What is a 1/2 pound in cups?**

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**How many cups is a 1/4 pound?**

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= | 0.959 ( 1 ) US cup |

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**How do you convert lbs to cups?**

**1 pound (lb) = 2.25 cup (cup)**. Pound (lb) is a unit of Weight used in Standard system. Cup (cup) is a unit of Volume used in Cooking system.

**How many fourths can she make from 5 pieces of construction paper?**

Answer: Mrs. Williams can make **20 fourths** from 5 pieces of construction paper.

**How many sloppy joes do you get from a pound of meat?**

In general, we call for 1 pound of ground beef to make **6 sandwiches** in our sloppy joes recipes. That works out to 3 ounces of ground beef per sandwich.

**How many burgers do I need for a party of 30?**

Assuming 30 quarter-pound burgers, you would need 7.5 pounds of ground beef. It is smart to aim for **35 burgers**, in case a few people love them, or in case you drop a couple. Therefore, purchase 8.25 pounds of ground beef to be on the safe side. For the bratwursts, pick up approximately 40 sausages.

**How many pounds of hamburger meat do I need for 20 people?**

According to the USDA, a serving of ground beef is 3 ounces. Considering that, **3.75 pounds** of ground beef would be enough to serve 20 people.

**How many sloppy joes can you get out of a pound of hamburger?**

In general, we call for 1 pound of ground beef to make **6 sandwiches** in our sloppy joes recipes. That works out to 3 ounces of ground beef per sandwich.

**How much ground beef do you need for Manwich?**

Manwich Mondays easy as… 1. Cook **1 lb lean ground beef** (or 3/4 lb ground turkey) in skillet to 165 degrees F; drain. 2. Stir in 1 can Manwich; heat through.

**What is the difference between a maid rite and a sloppy joe?**

One thing to note, **a Maid-Rite is not a Sloppy Joe and can’t really compare**. The only thing similar is they are both made from loose ground beef and they are both served on a hamburger bun. A Sloppy Joe is a saucy, tomato based creation while the Maid-Rite doesn’t really have a sauce.