The Cookie Problem
Four friends buy 36 cookies for $12. Each person contributes
the following amount of money:
Each person gets the number of cookies proportional to
the money paid.
Show how you figure out the proportions.
Draw a circle graph to represent the amount of cookies each
Show how you figure out how to draw your circle graph.
Draw another circle graph to show how many each would have
if Josh gives half of his cookies to Tom.