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A science teacher has a supply of 50% sugar solution and a supply of 80% sugar solution. How much of each solution should the teacher mix together to get 105 mL of 60% sugar solution for an experiment ?

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  1. How much of the 50% and 80% solutions does the teacher have?

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  2. if x mL of 50%, then

    .50x + .80(105-x) = .60*105

    now just solve for x

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  3. What was the answer?

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  4. The answer is A

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  5. The answers for the whole thing is
    1.D
    2.A
    3.C
    4.D
    5.C
    6.D
    7.A
    8.C
    9.A
    10.B
    11.A
    12.A
    13.A
    14.B
    15.A
    16.B
    17.A
    18.A
    19.B
    20.C
    21.A
    22.A
    23.D
    24.B

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  6. Anonymous you're wrong! 14/24 isn't 100% right. The answers are
    1 A
    2 D
    3 C
    4 D
    5 C
    6 D
    7 C
    8 A
    9 A
    10 B
    11 A
    12 A
    13 A
    14 B
    15 A
    16 C
    17 B
    18 B
    19 C
    20 A
    21 A
    22 A
    23 B
    24 B
    Trust me.

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  7. The answers are different for everyone im pretty sure

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  8. the answers aren't the same for everybody. they have like 4 different tests.

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  9. which one for Connexus

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  10. How about yall put the actual answer insead of the letter? thank you very much!

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