can anyone help me set up a table for this problem, and then solve it?

a lab technician has one solution that is 60% chlorinated and another that is 40% chlorinated. How much of each solution is needed to make a 100L solution that is 50% chlorine?

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- Jun 4th 2008, 06:41 PMheather_meaghansolving tables
can anyone help me set up a table for this problem, and then solve it?

a lab technician has one solution that is 60% chlorinated and another that is 40% chlorinated. How much of each solution is needed to make a 100L solution that is 50% chlorine? - Jun 4th 2008, 07:07 PMSoroban
Hello, Heather!

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A lab tech has a solution that is 60% chlorine and another that is 40% chlorine.

How much of each solution is needed to make a 100L solution that is 50% chlorine?

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The equation is in the last column: .

Got it?