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Hello, I have a recipe that comes in a three-part solution 1000ml of A, 500ml of B, and 250ml of C which makes a 1750ml solution kit, how do you solve this if i need 300ml of solution in total, how do i calculate whats needed for parts A, B and C. Thanks Nigel

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1,000 + 500 + 250 =1,750 ml-solution kit

1,000/1,750 x 300 =171 3/7 ml of solution A,

500/1,750 x 300 =85 5/7 ml of solution B

250/1,750 x 300 =42 6/7 ml of solution C

171 3/7 + 85 5/7 + 42 6/7 =300 ml solution.

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Hello, I have a recipe that comes in a three-part solution 1000ml of A, 500ml of B, and 250ml of C which makes a 1750ml solution kit, how do you solve this if i need 300ml of solution in total, how do i calculate whats needed for parts A, B and C. Thanks Nigel

 

A B C total working
1000 500 250 1750 1750/300 = 5.8333333333333333
1000/5.83 500/1.83 250/5.83 1750/5.83  
171ml 86ml 43ml 300ml  
Melody  May 28, 2017

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