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43. A company makes orange juice by mixing orange and water. On a given day, the company makes the orange juice in a way that the amount of orange and the amount of water are same, and sells the orange juice at $0.6 per one cup. However, the next day, the company doubles the amount of water, while keeping the amount of orange the same as the day before. How much should be a cup of orange juice should it be if the company wants to have the same revenue as the day before?
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Nov 2005, 05:16
Is it $0.4?
My logic: Yesterday For two cups of final product, ingredients: 1cup orange 1cup water
Today for three cups of final product, ingredients: 1cup orange 2cups water.
Assuming water is free, the total revenue the company gets from sale of 2cups yesterday should be equivalent to the revenue from 3cups today. So, 3cups for $1.2 and hence the answer.
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