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you are preparing cookies using a recipe that serves 240 people. however, you only want to make enough for 60 people. the original recipe is as follows:

9 cups all-purpose flour

4 teaspoons baking soda

4 teaspoons salt

4 cups butter

3 cups granulated sugar

3 cups packed brown sugar

4 teaspoons vanilla extract

8 large eggs

8 cups semi-sweet chocolate morsels

how much of each ingredient should you use to make a batch of these cookies for 60 people?

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