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The density of two liquids (A and B) is given as 1000 kg/m3 and 600 kg/m3, respectively. The two liquids are mixed in a certain proportion and the density of the resulting liquid is 850 kg/m3. How much of liquid B (in grams) does 1 kg of the mixture contain? Assume the volume of the two liquids is additive when mixed.

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Raider5678    25

 

 

Cough, cough

 

Is this really how they teach it in your school?

Different problem. So no. This is just how I attempted to do it.

How far off was I?

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StringJunky    1504

Different problem. So no. This is just how I attempted to do it.

How far off was I?

How about reading what HyperV wrote? Duh!

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Raider5678    25

How about reading what HyperV wrote? Duh!

To which he hasn't replied. So I tried to answer it.

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StringJunky    1504

To which he hasn't replied. So I tried to answer it.

It's only 6 hours since the OP wrote. as of your post. It's F-ked anyway, Everyone's answering it.

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AshBox    0

First, let VA represent the volume of liquid A, and let VB represent the volume of liquid B, in 1 kg of mixture. Then, 850x(VA+VB) = 1 kg (of mixture). In addition, 1000VA+600VB = 1 kg (of mixture). We have here two equations with two unknowns (VA and VB). Solve for VB. The mass of liquid B in 1 kg of mixture is 600VB, which is equal to 264.7 grams.

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First, let VA represent the volume of liquid A, and let VB represent the volume of liquid B, in 1 kg of mixture. Then, 850x(VA+VB) = 1 kg (of mixture). In addition, 1000VA+600VB = 1 kg (of mixture). We have here two equations with two unknowns (VA and VB). Solve for VB. The mass of liquid B in 1 kg of mixture is 600VB, which is equal to 264.7 grams.

 

Thank you AshBox. I find the perfect solution.

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StringJunky    1504

First, let VA represent the volume of liquid A, and let VB represent the volume of liquid B, in 1 kg of mixture. Then, 850x(VA+VB) = 1 kg (of mixture). In addition, 1000VA+600VB = 1 kg (of mixture). We have here two equations with two unknowns (VA and VB). Solve for VB. The mass of liquid B in 1 kg of mixture is 600VB, which is equal to 264.7 grams.

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