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Posted by **Javier** on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 11:39pm.

(a) How much sugar is in the tank initially?

(b) Find the amount of sugar in the tank after t minutes. (Answer should be a function of t)

(c) Find the concentration of sugar in the solution in the tank after 39 minutes.

For a), I put 0.

For b), I have so far: Q'=R_in*C_in - R_out*C_out= (4)(0.01)-(4)*(Q(t)/V)

Not sure what to do next. Help would be greatly appreciated.

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