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50 ml of a solution of 50% dextrose is added to a liter of 0.45% NaCl with 2.5% dextrose to yield a solution with a final dextrose concentration of what percent

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    The NaCl does not count in this case.
    (50ml * 50% + 1000 ml * 2.5%)/(50 ml+1000ml)
    =4.76%

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    4.8%

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