[quote="Edvento"]Find the ratios of the mixed quantities first by standardizing the denominator. There are 4 ingredients with Soda water = 4/7 and natural lemon juice = 1/3 of Papayaya. The common denominator will be 7 * 3 = 21. Thus, quantities will be:
Soda water = 12/21
Natural lemon juice = 7/21
The quantities of sugar and papaya puree are equal. Total units are 21 of which 12 + 7 = 19 are used up by above two. Remaining is 2 which is equally divided between sugar and papaya puree:
Sugar = 1/21
Papaya puree = 1/21
Thus ratio of soda:lemon:sugar:puree = 12:7:1:1
Now, lemon is doubled, puree is three times and remaining are the same.
Resultant ratio is = 12:14:1:3
Hey, your method looks very simple.Does taking the common denominator work well always.
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