MATH
posted by nicole .
On my homework it says write the ratios.Explain what your ratios show.
Chocolate 6
vanilla 1
Strawberry 3

Vanilla to strawberry = 1/3 or 1:3
Vanilla to chocolate = 1/6 or 1:6
This leaves the last ratio for you.
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