In a certain medical test designed to measure carbohydrate tolerance, an adult drinks 9 ounces of a 20% glucose solution. When the test is administered to a child, the glucose concentration must be decreased to 10%. How much 20% glucose solution and how much water should be used to prepare 9 ounces of 10% glucose solution?

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