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How much water should be added to 10 liters of a 20%

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How much water should be added to 10 liters of a 20% solution of alcohol to reduce the concentration of alcohol in the solution by 75%?
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New post 18 Dec 2007, 13:35
add 40 liters of water.


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How much water should be added to 10 liters of a 20% solution of alcohol to reduce the concentration of alcohol in the solution by 75%?
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add 40 liters of water.


I guess not "to add 40" but "to run up to 40" :)
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New post 18 Dec 2007, 13:50
10*0.2 = (10+X)*0.05

X = 30 and so add 30 Litres of water more.
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New post 18 Dec 2007, 14:02
yes you guys are right, add up to 40, not 40. arghhh...


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michaelny2001 wrote:
add 40 liters of water.


I guess not "to add 40" but "to run up to 40" :)
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dkverma wrote:
10*0.2 = (10+X)*0.05

X = 30 and so add 30 Litres of water more.


I was trying to go the ratio approach .... can you elaborate on how you came up with the ratio ?
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dkverma wrote:
10*0.2 = (10+X)*0.05

X = 30 and so add 30 Litres of water more.


I was trying to go the ratio approach .... can you elaborate on how you came up with the ratio ?
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