Posted by **Anonymous** on Friday, May 7, 2010 at 8:05pm.

A pharmacist mixed some 10%-saline solution

with some 15%-saline solution to obtain 100 mL of a 12%-saline solution. How much of the 10%-saline solution did the pharmacist use in the mixture?

A 60 mL

B 45 mL

C 40 mL

D 25 mL CAN SOME GIVE AN EQUATION TO HELP MY SOLVE THIS PROBLEM THIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO SOLVE THis problem

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