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A solution contains 60g of sugar in 480g of water calculate the concentration of solution in terms of mass by mass percentage of the solution

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  1. well, the total mass is 540g

    now do the divisions to get the fractions

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  2. divide the numbers

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  3. i need the answer of this question

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