Lydia T.

asked • 05/02/16

How many liters of each solution must be mixed to obtain 150 liters of a 36% solution?

A chemist has two solutions of H2SO4. One has a 40% concentration and the other has a 25% concentration. Assume the chemist mixes some amount of the 40% with some amount of the 25% to obtain 150 liters of a 36% solution. How many liters of each solution must be mixed to obtain 150 liters of a 36% solution?
 
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