Question

At an ice cream social, 56 people ordered chocolate ice cream while 32 people ordered vanilla
ice cream.
(a) What is the ratio of the number of people
who ordered chocolate to the number of
people who ordered vanilla in simplest
terms?
(b) At a different event, 42 people bought
chocolate and 30 bought vanilla. Does
this event have the same
chocolate to vanilla purchases as the ice
cream social from (a)? Justify.
ratio of




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