Sack A contains 4 times as much sugar as Sack B.
Desmond adds 0.2 kg of sugar to Sack A and 2.66 kg to sack B.
The amounts of sugar in the two sacks are now the same.
What was the mass of sugar in Sack B at first?
Give your answer in kg.
Sack A contains 4 times as much sugar as Sack B.
Desmond adds 0.2 kg of sugar to Sack A and 2.66 kg to sack B.
The amounts of sugar in the two sacks are now the same.
What was the mass of sugar in Sack B at first?
Give your answer in kg.
Sack A contains 4 times as much sugar as Sack B.
Desmond adds 0.2 kg of sugar to Sack A and 2.66 kg to sack B.
The amounts of sugar in the two sacks are now the same.
What was the mass of sugar in Sack B at first?
Give your answer in kg.
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Let the mass of sugar in sack B be x kg .
So the mass of sugar in sack A would be 4x since it's 4 times the mass of sugar in sack B.