﻿ Sixth grade R.13 Compare ratios: word problems 21 After a trip to the orchard, Regan and her aunt Cindy made applesauce with the apples

# Sixth grade R.13 Compare ratios: word problems 21 After a trip to the orchard, Regan and her aunt Cindy made applesauce with the apples they picked. They used the same amount of cinnamon, but Regan used more apples than Aunt Cindy. Whose applesauce tasted more like cinnamon? What ones taste more like cinnamon

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