Honor H.

asked • 02/11/15

my question is in the description since i cant fit it here

A scientist has two solutions, which she has labeled Solution A and Solution B. Each contains salt. She knows that Solution A is
55%
salt and Solution B is
80%
salt. She wants to obtain
90
ounces of a mixture that is
65%
salt. How many ounces of each solution should she use?

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Honor H.

A scientist has two solutions, which she has labeled Solution A and Solution B. Each contains salt. She knows that Solution A is 55% salt and Solution B is 80% salt. She wants to obtain 90 ounces of a mixture that is 65% salt. How many ounces of each solution should she use?
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