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Posted by david on Sunday, November 4, 2012 at 8:31pm.

3.An 1145 L tank contains 295 L of water and is being filled with brine from a full 1280 L tank at a rate of 1.55 U.S. gallons every 6 seconds. Will the smaller tank ever contain three times the amount of liquid as the larger tank? If so, when? If not, explain why.

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