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a.u.s nickel contains 3.9g of copper and 1.2g of nickel.
how many kilograms of copper must be combined with 500 kg of nickel to make nickel coins?

  • math -

    copper/nickel=3.9/1.2=3.25

    500*3.25=1625 kg of copper

  • math -

    You also can write fraction:

    3.9/1.2=x/500

    1.2*x=3.9*500

    1.2*x=1950 Divide with 1.2

    x=1950/1.2

    x=1625

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    1,625

  • math -

    1625

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