PROBLEM SOURCE | MATH Algebra Level 1 |
QUESTION | If a drip of water is equivalent to $\frac{1}{4}$ of a milliliter, how many drips are in a liter of water? Note: 1 liter = 1000 milliliters. |
LLEMMA 34B Answers sampled using self-consistency with $k=256$. |
We know that 1 liter of water is equivalent to 1000 milliliters. Since 1 milliliter is equivalent to 4 drips, we have that 1000 milliliters is equivalent to $4\cdot1000=4000$ drips. Therefore, the answer is $\boxed{4000}$. Final Answer: The final answer is $4000$. |
EVALUATION RESULT Automatic evaluation results are sometimes inaccurate. |
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REFERENCE ANSWER | If a drip of water is equivalent to $\frac{1}{4}$ of a milliliter, then $4$ drips of water must be equivalent to $1$ milliliter of water. Since there are $1000$ milliliters in a liter, it follows that there are $4 \times 1000 = \boxed{4000}$ drips in a liter of water. |