Freezing Point Depression, Chemistry

Two solutions are prepared using the same solute:
Solution A: 0.27g of the solute dissolves in 27.4g of t-butanol.
Solution B: 0.23g of the solute dissolves in 24.8g cyclohexane.
Which solution has the greatest freezing point change? Show calculations and explain.
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