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1honey
 3 years ago
1. One canned juiced drink is 20% orange juice; another is 10% orange juice. How much many liters of each should be mixed together in order to get 10L that is 18% orange juice?
How many liters of the 20% orange juice should be in the mixture?
How many liters of the 10% orange juice should be in the mixture?
2. Miguel’s insurance company will replace his car if repairs cost exceed 80% of the car’s value. The car recently sustained $11200 worth of damage, but it was not replaced. What was the value of his car?
3. The body index, I, can be used to determine an individual’s risk for heart disea
1honey
 3 years ago
1. One canned juiced drink is 20% orange juice; another is 10% orange juice. How much many liters of each should be mixed together in order to get 10L that is 18% orange juice? How many liters of the 20% orange juice should be in the mixture? How many liters of the 10% orange juice should be in the mixture? 2. Miguel’s insurance company will replace his car if repairs cost exceed 80% of the car’s value. The car recently sustained $11200 worth of damage, but it was not replaced. What was the value of his car? 3. The body index, I, can be used to determine an individual’s risk for heart disea

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Lfcmaniac
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.02. let X be the cost of the car. => 80% (X) > $11200 => X > $14000
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