Posted by **Barry** on Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 9:19pm.

A manufacturer of soft-drinks advertises that their orange soda as "naturally flavored," although it contains only 5% orange juice. A new federal regulation stipulates that to be called "natural" a drink must contain at least 10% fruit juice. How much pure orange juice must this manufacturer add to 900 gallons of orange soda to conform to the new regulation?

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