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Asked by | 11 Mar, 2009, 09:04: PM
Expert Answer

Let the weight per cc of each liquid be x and y.

We have:

(3x+2y)/(3+2)  =1.04

3x+2y=5.2  ...(1)

and

(5x+3y)/(5+3)=1.05

5x+3y=8.4 ...(2)

Solving (1) and (2) we have,

x=1.2

y=0.8

 

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