Increase your understanding of proportional situations with these exercises.
Here is an activity to consider before you attempt this quiz. This question can be discussed in class as well.
Observe the two pitchers below. Assume that each pitcher is filled with the same amount of lemonade. The little squares indicate the amount of water and lemonade concentrate used to prepare each pitcher of lemonade.
Which pitcher will have the stronger lemon flavor, or will they be the same?
Read the following questions carefully before answering.
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