- anonymous

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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- anonymous

what is this?

- anonymous

what does this mean

- anonymous

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

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- anonymous

yeah

- anonymous

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%

- anonymous

wtf/.

- anonymous

Sorry, not sodium, its citrus

- anonymous

Is that clear?

- anonymous

yeah

- anonymous

is citrus, where you got sodium?

- anonymous

So isn't that a contradiction

- anonymous

I told you not sodium, I miswrote it its citrus

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

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.

- anonymous

but where you got sodium from?

- anonymous

I miswrote it, it should be citrus not sodium

- anonymous

ok

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

if you won't help me, just tell me,

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

As that is already there at the starting point

- anonymous

you must make a function?

- anonymous

So your domain is -77 to any higher number

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

just keep going

- anonymous

You didn't even realize that I did a mistake

- radar

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

- anonymous

yeah,

- anonymous

were would the trest 20 go..

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

i just need this problem, the rest i understand

- anonymous

This is the answer to the first part of the question

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

3/150

- anonymous

what is the domain?
the wsa the first part of the solution

- anonymous

Yes, the domain is-0.03 to infinity

- anonymous

{-0.03,infinity)

- anonymous

Yes

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

is the right?

- anonymous

Oh dear ther is a great mistake

- anonymous

what you mean?

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

Which are completely two different things

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

3/100+x means \[3/100 + x\]

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

Then you said it wrong when you said 3/150

- anonymous

It should be (3/100) + 50

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

where woluld the x go?

- anonymous

It should be (3/100) + 50

- anonymous

the is the answer?

- anonymous

50.03

- anonymous

If you are saying everyting correctly

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

Then all this time I have been doing it wrong

- anonymous

lol

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

Iam sorry for the typos

- anonymous

Do you have any more time?

- anonymous

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

- anonymous

one minute

- anonymous

ok buye

- anonymous

bye

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