# MATH

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Solution A is 25% and solution B is 40% acid. How many gallons of each solution must be used in order to create a 50 gallon mixture that is 34% acid?

Solution A___
Solution B___

• MATH -

A+B=50
0.25A+0.40B=0.34(50)
Solve for A and B.

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I don't know... i was born in the 1940's ..
i chose to reborn later in 2000 cause i died when i was thriteen in 1940's you know...

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