Ice Cube Problem

Ice Cube Problem
Focus: Equivalent Fractions, representing fractions, describing fractions
You are filling up trays to make ice cubes. You notice that each tray
holds the exact same amount of water but has a different amount of ice
cubes that it makes. The blue tray makes 8 equally sized ice cubes. The
pink tray makes 16 equally sized ice cubes.
You put 3 ice cubes from the blue tray into your drink. How many ice cubes from the
pink tray would you need to equal the exact same amount of ice?