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Soybean meal is 18% protein: cornmeal is 9% how many pounds of each should be mixed together in order to ge a 360 pound mixutre that is 13% protein:

I get 200 cornmeal
160 soybean meal

I think I put this backwards.

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I believe you have it right.

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