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You could always run the experiment, gather some data (I’m afraid that the cookies would have to be consumed during the experiment) and perform a statistical test of goodness of fit (Chi-squared is easy to do.)

]]>The first assumption is saying if you take a scoop of dough twice as big as the last scoop of dough, the cookie with the big scoop will have twice as many chips as the smaller scoop. It’s identical to following a recipe which states a chip/dough ratio that you scale up or down.

And yes, Ghirardelli chocolate chips are the best ðŸ™‚

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