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At anjelina winery the vintner wants to blend this yr's new

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At anjelina winery the vintner wants to blend this yr's new sherry(NS) with last yrs old sherry(OS) to create nxt yrs. future sherry(FS)Total capacity of barrel he uses is 240lts that is partially full of OS.If the barrel is then filled to full capacity with NS and FS will have 17% alcolhol by volume(ABV) what is the ABV of NS?

1.There will be 40% more NS than OS in the filled barrel and the OS is 1.72% higher in ABV than the NS.

2.100lts of OS is in the barrel at 18% ABV

PHEW!Any takers?

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New post 18 Jul 2009, 07:18
My take on this question is 'D'

always go with simpler looking option. here it is second statement :)


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2.100lts of OS is in the barrel at 18% ABV



given Total capacity of barrel he uses is 240lts that is partially full of OS.

New + Old -> 240
Old is 100, hence New is 140

Old has 18% Alchohol [given in stmt 2 ], Total has 17% alchohol [GIVEN], hence new has 22% alcholhol . SUFF

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1.There will be 40% more NS than OS in the filled barrel and the OS is 1.72% higher in ABV than the NS.


New is 40% more than old

Old + 40% Old --> 240
hence OS -100 , new - 140.

given 17% of total[240 L] is alchohol . which is 40L

we have old is 1.72% higher than new in ABV . WE can find out ABV of new wine.

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