Alcohol Solutions, Mathematics

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If you have 60% alcohol and wish to dilute with water to make 12 liters 40% alcohol, How many liters of water should you add?

Application of linear equations, Application of Linear Equations We ar...

Application of Linear Equations We are going to talk about applications to linear equations.  Or, put in other terms, now we will start looking at story problems or word probl

Product moment coefficient, Product Moment Coefficient This gives an i...

Product Moment Coefficient This gives an indication of the strength of the linear relationship among two variables. Note that this formula can be rearranged to have di

Diameter of the circle , The length of the diameter of the circle which tou...

The length of the diameter of the circle which touches the X axis at the point (1,0) and passes through the point (2,3) is ? Solution)  If a circle touches the x-axis, its equatio

Evaluate the volume of a ball, Evaluate the volume of a ball whose radius i...

Evaluate the volume of a ball whose radius is 4 inches? Round to the nearest inch. (π = 3.14) a. 201 in 3 b. 268 in 3 c. 804 in 3 d. 33 in 3 b. The volume of a

2x + 3x

Example of linear equations, Example of Linear Equations: Solve the eq...

Example of Linear Equations: Solve the equation 2x + 9 = 3(x + 4). Solution: Step 1. Using Axiom 2, subtract 3x and 9 from both sides of the equation. 2x + 9 = 3(

Algebra, (x+15)/y=10 where y=5

(x+15)/y=10 where y=5

factorial, why zero factorial is equal to on

why zero factorial is equal to one

Develop a linear program, The production manager of Koulder Refrigerators m...

The production manager of Koulder Refrigerators must decide how many refrigerators to produce in each of the next four months to meet demand at the lowest overall cost. There is a

Viscosity measure, get the viscosity of particle to apply the stoke''s law

get the viscosity of particle to apply the stoke''s law  