# Math

Latoya's Receipe
2 1/5 parts cranapple juice
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Parker's Recipe
2 1/2 parts cranapple juice

For each recipe, write a ratio that compares the number of parts of lemonade to the total number of parts.

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1. Latoya:
cran : lem = 2 1/5 : 1 4/5
= 11/5 : 9/5
= 11 : 9
Lem : total = 9 : 20

Parker:
cran : lem = 2 1/2 : 3 1/2
= 5/2 : 7/2
= 5 : 7
Lem : total = 7 : 12

I could have gone to the Lem : total ratio right away, did not read the question carefully enough
eg. Parker , total = 6
so Lem : total = 3.5 : 6
= 7 : 12

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2. 3.Part A:  Parker's recipe: 7:12                          Latoya's recipe:9:20
3. Part B: The recipe that has the most lemon taste is Parker's. here is why i think it is Parker's.    This is Latoya's recipe  Latoya's recipe:Cranapple juice -   parts          (Parts of lemonade)     1 4\5  = 9\5  = 9                                                        Lemonade -   parts                   (Total Parts)                    4   =   4  =  20Total -   parts                                                                                                                             And this is Parker's recipe
Parker's recipe:                                                                                Cranapple juice -   parts                                (parts of lemonade)   3 1/2  =  7/2  = 7Lemonade -   parts                                               (total parts)                 6        =  6       =   12     Total -   parts

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