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## a 30% sugar syrup is mixed with 10% sugar syrup.The result is 600 g of 12% sugar syrup. How many grams of each syrup are in the mixture?

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a 30% sugar syrup is mixed with 10% sugar syrup.The result is 600 g of 12% sugar syrup. How many grams of each syrup are in the mixture?

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2021-09-03T15:24:16+00:00
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Answer:130 grams of 30% sugar and 490 grams of 20% sugar

Step-by-step explanation:The reason that the answer is what it is is because the total of the sugar syrup must be 600 grams. It is 13% which means that its 1/5 20% and 4/5 10% and if you divide 600 by 5 you get 130 therefore 130 grams of 20% sugar is correct and for the rest just subtract 130 from 610 the get the answer.

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