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Re: In the standard formulation of a flavored drink the ratio by volume of [#permalink]
so if i've got it right, 1 : 12 : 30 is equal to f/c/w where the ratio of flavoring to water can be literarily written as 1/30 right ?
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in this case case 3/4 is the unknown multiplier right ?
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Re: In the standard formulation of a flavored drink the ratio by volume of [#permalink]
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so if i've got it right, 1 : 12 : 30 is equal to f/c/w where the ratio of flavoring to water can be literarily written as 1/30 right ?


Yup.
Flavor or Corn Syrup is 1:12
Flavor to Water is 1:30
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is the OA wrong in this question? Shouldn't it be "c" as in Bunuel's solution?


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