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Posted by Mathieu on Tuesday, November 22, 2011 at 10:28pm.

A chemist has two ethylene glycol and water solutions: one that contains 11.98% ethylene glycol and another with 7.30% ethylene glycol.
How many litres of each must be mixed to make 7.50 x 102 L containing 10.50% ethylene glycol?

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