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MMH123

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A shade of green paint is made by mixing 3 parts of blue paint with 7 parts of yellow paint. how much yellow paint do you need to make 70 quarts of green paint? A. 21 quarts B. 40 quarts C. none of the choices are correct. D. 10 quarts E. 49 quarts

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  1. vi3tbloodxx
    • 2 years ago
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    To make shade of green paint, 3/10 is blue while 7/10 is yellow. To make 70 quarts of green multiply 70 by 7/10.

  2. kumar2006
    • 2 years ago
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    10x = 70 x = 7 is the multiplier therefore 7*7 = 49 qts of yellow paint and 7*3 - 21 qts of blue paint

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