Three neighbors each decide to plant a garden of petunias and daffodils. The table below shows the number of flowers in each garden.

which one has the greatest ratio of petunias to daffodils in their garden.

Neighbor

Ms. Herrera

Mr. Marks

Mrs. Perry

Number of Petunias

Ms. Herrera 48,

Mr. Marks 84,

Mrs. Perry 30

Number of Daffodils

Ms. Herrera 16,

Mr. Marks 24,

Mrs. Perry 8

Answer:Mrs. Perry

Step-by-step explanation:find the ratio by dividing the petunias by the daffodilsMs. H =3Mr. M = 3.5

mrs. P= 3.75