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urgent plz

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plzzzzzzzzz help

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Mar 24, 2020

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Hint:

Since the ratio is 5:3, if we have 300ml lime juice and 200ml lemonade, we can easily create a 5:3 ratio with one of these as the base.

Hope this helped!

Mar 24, 2020
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sorry i am just cofused i got 5 but can you plz recheck

thank you

Guest Mar 24, 2020
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Of course, gimme a second....

CalTheGreat  Mar 24, 2020
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no problem

Guest Mar 24, 2020
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a) Since he has 500 ml total, we need to find the greatest possible amount where the ratio 5:3 will add up to 500 or less.

5:3 times 62 will do that!

62*5=310 parts of lime juice

Does this make sense?

Mar 24, 2020
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so how do you work out how much he made

Guest Mar 24, 2020
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I added 5+3 to get 8, and did 500/8=62.5.

Since 62.5 rounds down to 62, I knew that 62 was the number that was going to be multiplied.

Hope this helped!

CalTheGreat  Mar 24, 2020
edited by CalTheGreat  Mar 24, 2020
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what do you multiply 62 by confused

Guest Mar 24, 2020
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By the ratio, 5:3. (Each number)

CalTheGreat  Mar 24, 2020