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Posted by HELP!!! on Sunday, September 26, 2010 at 8:43pm.

A baker uses dried skim milk that contains 3.0% moisture and costs $1.16 per lb, which on a moisture free basis would be $1.20 per lb. If liquid skim milk containing 90.5% water costs $1.60 per gallon (8.64 lbs), what would be the comparative cost of 1lb. dry solids from the liquid milk?

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