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ujalag
 3 years ago
" For his coffee shop, Abdullah wants to make a mochajava blend that will sell for $18/kg. The mocha coffee beans sell for $20/kg, and the Java coffee beens sell for $15/kg. How many kilograms of each kind of coffee bean should he use to make 50kg of the Mochajava blend? "
ujalag
 3 years ago
" For his coffee shop, Abdullah wants to make a mochajava blend that will sell for $18/kg. The mocha coffee beans sell for $20/kg, and the Java coffee beens sell for $15/kg. How many kilograms of each kind of coffee bean should he use to make 50kg of the Mochajava blend? "

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mathmate
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1The proportion by weight should be: Mocha:Java = (18cost of Java) : (cost of Mocha18) = 3:2 So 30 kg of Mocha and 20 kg of Java.
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