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posted by eileen .
Why does this pie have less or fewer peaches than the others.
Grandmother took my brother and I or me to buy candles

You use "less" when you have a noncount amount (such as milk or sand), and you use "fewer" when you have a countable amount. I'd say, "Why does this pie have fewer peaches than the others do?"
"I" is used for subjects or predicate nouns; "me" is used for objects (direct objects, indirect objects, objects of prepositions ... ). Since that sentence already has a subject (Grandmother), you need to use "me"  it's one of the direct objects.
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