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# Mixture helpp..

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Two vessels A and B contains acid of different concentration. The capacity of A and B are 6 liters and 3 liters respectively. We take out same quantity from both vessels and put into one another, now the concentration in both vessel are same. Find the taken out quantity

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26 Jan 2018, 22:43
coolmalarkey wrote:
Two vessels A and B contains acid of different concentration. The capacity of A and B are 6 liters and 3 liters respectively. We take out same quantity from both vessels and put into one another, now the concentration in both vessel are same. Find the taken out quantity

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27 Jan 2018, 08:03
coolmalarkey wrote:
Two vessels A and B contains acid of different concentration. The capacity of A and B are 6 liters and 3 liters respectively. We take out same quantity from both vessels and put into one another, now the concentration in both vessel are same. Find the taken out quantity

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