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MauriceLong
Can someone help me Please? At a certain factory, products are made in vats that have the capacity to hold 99quarts. If each bottle of a product contains 9/95 quarts, how many bottles can be made from each vat? _______Bottles can be filled from a 99 quart vat?
Well, if one vat holds 99 quarts and each bottle of the product contains 9/95 quarts, this is an easier question than I think your making it. So lets say if each vat held 100 quarts and each product took 1 quart to make how many products could the factory make from one vat?
100 divide by 1 which is 100, Now the original problem should seem much simpler, right?
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yeah but the original problem said the vats hold 99 quarts not 100 so just put the 99 in for the 100 and i think you've got it
that gives you 0.11578947368
\[99 \times 95/9 = 1045\]
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Yes, the two statements are equivalent.
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