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A druggist has two mixtures of a certain chemical and water, one containing 10% of the chemical and the other containing 40% of the chemical. How much of each mixture should he use to make 10 ounces that contain 25% of the chemical

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Well, that seems more chemistry based than mathematical, but I can give it a go. x = first chemical and y = second chemical x+y=10 .1x+.4y=10(.25)? That is a simply systems of equations but I really don't know.
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5 ounces of each?
That is what I got as well Vitor. Do you know chemistry or the reason why chemically?
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