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Miguel is mixing up a salad dressing. Regardless of the number of servings, the recipe requires that 5/8 of the finished dressing mix be olive oil, 1/4 vinegar, and the remainder an even mixture of salt, pepper and sugar. If Miguel accidentally doubles the vinegar and forgets the sugar altogether, what proportion of the botched dressing will be olive oil?

15/29
5/8
5/16
1/2
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Re: PS: Proportion [#permalink]

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17 Feb 2008, 12:01
1/2

5/8 - olive oil
1/4 - vinegar
Hence 1/8 - Salt +Pepper + sugar

New mix S+P+S = 0 and vinegar is doubled i.e 1/2

So olive oil will be 1/2 of the remaining....

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Re: PS: Proportion [#permalink]

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17 Feb 2008, 12:05
No its not 1/2.

In the new mix, he forgot to add only sugar, but not salt and pepper ....
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