﻿ A student uses the ratio of 4 oranges to 6 fluid ounces to find the number of oranges needed to make 24 fluid ounces of juice. The student  , 15.06.2021 16:30, danielmartinez024m

# A student uses the ratio of 4 oranges to 6 fluid ounces to find the number of oranges needed to make 24 fluid ounces of juice. The student writes this proportion: 4 24 616 Explain the error in the student's work. ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 16:50, Gabby1128
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