Jasmine needs to make a bouquet of 24 yellow and orange carnations. The ratio of yellow carnations to all of the carnations must be 1 to 3. She determines that she will need 8 orange carnations for the bouquet. Which statement correctly describes her error?

She did not include enough orange carnations. She thought the ratio of orange carnations to all carnations was 1 to 3.

She included too many orange carnations. If 1 of the 3 flowers is yellow, then 2 must be orange.

She did not include enough orange carnations. If 1 of the 24 flowers is yellow, then 23 must be orange.

She included too many orange carnations. She thought the ratio of orange carnations to yellow carnations was 1 to 3.