# lemonade ratios

### which sample goes to each recipie

## weakest taste

## Sample AMiss Kerby's recipie would match A because 1 is closest o 3 compared to 1 and thirty or 1 and 16. p to p : 1 lemon over 3 water p to w : 3 water to 4 total parts | ## Sample BSample B most likley matches Miss Pope's recipie because 1 to 30 is the smallest fraction in the three recipies. p to p : 30 water to 1 lemon p to w : 1 lemon to 31 parts total | ## Sample CThis sample most closley matches Miss Meyer's recipie because 1 over 16 (most lemon taste) is in the middle of 1 over 3 and 1 over 30 (lesast lemon taste). p to p : 1 lemon to 16 water p to w : 16 water to 17 total parts |

## Sample A

Miss Kerby's recipie would match A because 1 is closest o 3 compared to 1 and thirty or 1 and 16.

p to p : 1 lemon over 3 water

p to w : 3 water to 4 total parts

## Sample B

Sample B most likley matches Miss Pope's recipie because 1 to 30 is the smallest fraction in the three recipies.

p to p : 30 water to 1 lemon

p to w : 1 lemon to 31 parts total

## evidence

A part to part ratio would show you if there is more lemonade mix ormore water. A part to whole ratio shows you how closesomething is to the total numbers.

If you thought that sample A had a lot more water parts than lemon you were correct 90 (water) is very faraway from 3 (lemonade mix).