Starting with Part 1, what does the word "twice" mean?
Double, or 2 times.
Does she usually use more than 8 oranges or fewer than 8 oranges? How do you know?
Fewer; "twice" means double. Since 8 is double, it means she used more than usual.
What expression will help you find the number of oranges she usually uses?
8 ÷ 2
How many oranges does
she usually use?
Now look at Part 2. How many cups of sparkling orange juice does Felicia's recipe make?
What fraction represents the portion of the mix that is orange juice?
If she tripled the recipe, and used 3 cups of orange juice, how many cups of club soda would she need to add so that she has the right mix?
How many cups of sparkling orange juice does she have if she triples the recipe?
What fraction represents
the portion of this mix that
is orange juice?
For 1 serving,
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