# Orange Drink

This is a $750$ ml bottle of concentrated orange squash.

It is enough to make fifteen $250$ ml glasses of diluted orange drink.

How much water is needed to make $10$ litres of this drink?

How much water is needed to make one *glass* of the
drink?

How many glasses of drink are there in a litre? In $10$
litres?

What fraction of the made-up drink is water?

You might have had to read this problem over several times before you understood it clearly - it wasn't easy! However, we have received many correct solutions and the majority of you tackled it in the same way. Esther explains how she went about solving the problem very well:

The answer is 8 litres.Esther also wrote:

Excellent reasoning Esther, thank you. Pupils from Queens College Junior School used a similar method to the first way Esther described. Greg, Liam, George and Joe from Moorfield Junior School found a slightly different way:

Alex from Columbia Independent School, MO, USA worked at the problem in a similar way to Esther's second method:

Finally, pupils from Wilby School tackled the problem in a slightly different way again. Here is Georgina's solution:

If I make 15 cups of juice I need 750ml of juice and 3000ml of water.

Thank you very much to all those who sent solutions - even if there isn't room here to mention you personally.