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However, at the beginning you have told that 100 gallon of mixture of citrus extract and water has 3 percent of citrus extract

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  1. anonymous
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    what is this?

  2. anonymous
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    what does this mean

  3. anonymous
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    The problem begins by saying that 100 gallons of the mixture contains 3 percent of citrus extract

  4. anonymous
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    yeah

  5. anonymous
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    But we can see that if we put x=0 in the equation, then we find the equation tells us that the percentage of sodium extract is 3%

  6. anonymous
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    wtf/.

  7. anonymous
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    Sorry, not sodium, its citrus

  8. anonymous
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    Is that clear?

  9. anonymous
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    yeah

  10. anonymous
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    is citrus, where you got sodium?

  11. anonymous
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    So isn't that a contradiction

  12. anonymous
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    I told you not sodium, I miswrote it its citrus

  13. anonymous
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    ok

  14. anonymous
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    I am currently working with sodium, and so that is an obvious slip of finger

  15. anonymous
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    i have a question i don't quite understand, i am preparing for a exam. A 100-gallon mixture of citrus extract and water is 3% citrus extract, and it needs to be diluted. The function f(x)=3/100+x represents the percentrage (in decimal form) of the miture that is citrus extract when x gallons of water are added. Find the domain of f(x). Then, find the percentage of citrus extract in the mixture after 50 gallons of water are added to it.

  16. anonymous
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    but where you got sodium from?

  17. anonymous
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    I miswrote it, it should be citrus not sodium

  18. anonymous
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    ok

  19. anonymous
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    man, can you just go straigh to the problem plz plz, i need to know this before my test ,i already going to be late for 5 minutes

  20. anonymous
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    if you won't help me, just tell me,

  21. anonymous
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    Now according to the equation, when x=0 the percentage of citrus is 3

  22. anonymous
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    That means the starting point of the equation is 77% water and 3% citrus

  23. anonymous
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    So you can take out 77/100 times 100 gallons of water from it

  24. anonymous
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    As that is already there at the starting point

  25. anonymous
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    you must make a function?

  26. anonymous
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    So your domain is -77 to any higher number

  27. anonymous
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    I told you if you don't understand my arguments it will be difficult to understand the solutions

  28. anonymous
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    just keep going

  29. anonymous
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    You didn't even realize that I did a mistake

  30. radar
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    Pi wouldn't it be 97 rather than 77 percent water?

  31. anonymous
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    yeah,

  32. anonymous
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    were would the trest 20 go..

  33. anonymous
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    ok, go straigh to the problem, geez, i am super late.

  34. anonymous
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    The lower boundary of x is -0.03 and the higher boundary is infinity

  35. anonymous
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    i just need this problem, the rest i understand

  36. anonymous
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    This is the answer to the first part of the question

  37. anonymous
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    Now for the second part, just put 50 into x and you will get the solution

  38. anonymous
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    3/150

  39. anonymous
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    what is the domain? the wsa the first part of the solution

  40. anonymous
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    Yes, the domain is-0.03 to infinity

  41. anonymous
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    {-0.03,infinity)

  42. anonymous
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    Yes

  43. anonymous
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    what would the percentage of citrust extract in the mixture after gallons of water are added to it, 3/150, 1/50?

  44. anonymous
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    is the right?

  45. anonymous
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    Oh dear ther is a great mistake

  46. anonymous
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    what you mean?

  47. anonymous
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    By the expression 3/(x+100) you meant 3/100+x

  48. anonymous
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    Which are completely two different things

  49. anonymous
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    I worked on it according to the expression 3/100+x

  50. anonymous
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    3/100+x means \[3/100 + x\]

  51. anonymous
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    the is how it was in the book, you working on it right

  52. anonymous
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    Then you said it wrong when you said 3/150

  53. anonymous
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    It should be (3/100) + 50

  54. anonymous
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    then how you find the percentage of citrux extract in the mixture after 50 gallons of water are added/

  55. anonymous
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    where woluld the x go?

  56. anonymous
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    It should be (3/100) + 50

  57. anonymous
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    the is the answer?

  58. anonymous
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    50.03

  59. anonymous
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    If you are saying everyting correctly

  60. anonymous
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    But I have great doubts, that there is some error in what you typed

  61. anonymous
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    Just tell me one thing, is the expression 3 over 100+x or is it 3 over 100 plus x

  62. anonymous
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    i went , everything is correct. 3 over 100+x

  63. anonymous
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    Then all this time I have been doing it wrong

  64. anonymous
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    lol

  65. anonymous
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    As by the expression 3/100+x its actually doesn't mean x over (100+x)

  66. anonymous
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    Iam sorry for the typos

  67. anonymous
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    Do you have any more time?

  68. anonymous
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    ok, go straigh to the answer., in two minutes i have to leave, for sure

  69. anonymous
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    one minute

  70. anonymous
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    ok buye

  71. anonymous
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    bye

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