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# Percentage and Invisible VAriable Question - I think

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Percentage and Invisible VAriable Question - I think [#permalink]

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30 Sep 2008, 03:32
Any help with this question?
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30 Sep 2008, 09:52
ANs is E - pretty simple question. To meet min daily requirement we have to pick smaller percent and make it 100%

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30 Sep 2008, 10:21
E.

If E is minimum daily requirement of vitamin E and A is minimum daily requirement of vitamin A, then 1 gm contains 0.07E and 0.03A

In order to get E, 1/0.07 = 100/7 grams will be required.
Similarly in order to get A, 100/3 grams will be required.

The greater of the two is 100/3 and is little over 33.

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