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Coconut water can be concentrated to 20% solids by freeze concentration wherein water freezes and leaves most of the solid constituent in the liquid portion. Compound water normally contains 1.5% solids. How kg product (20% solids) can be obtained from 1000L of fresh coconut water if every kg of water frozen carries with it, 0.01 kg of liquid solution. Assume a density of 1 g/cm^3 for all liquids.

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- Rushwr

I have no idea Still thinking

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- Rushwr

I was thinking it like this!
We are given with the density and the volume right ? From that we can find the mass in grams
turn it to kg
It says for each kg of water 0.01kg of liquid right ?
find the the amount for the given mass.
Deduct it from the total mass
and u get the mass of the frozen solution !

- Rushwr

wait wait I think I got it wrong ! Let me check it again ! the way this is written is very confusing @taramgrant0543664

- arindameducationusc

hmmm... my net is slow... sorry for late reply @Rushwr
ya, its confusing...
Tara is here so, I guess she can figure something.... hmmm....@taramgrant0543664

- taramgrant0543664

I was thinking you use the formula m=vd
m is mass so that is the unknown in this case
v is the volume which I guess would be the 1000L (but the thing is is that the density is measured in cm^3 so something has to get converted so that units cancel out)
d is density which is given
When m is solved it would be in g so it would have to be converted to kg
And this is where I get stuck:
You could use ratios to relate each to determine the mass possibly I'm not sure though the question is worded odd and I think that some numbers are not significant just there to confuse people possibly

- taramgrant0543664

@Ciarán95 might know maybe!

- Rushwr

I still don't get the question !

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- arindameducationusc

We, tried our best.... its okay girls....

- Rushwr

I think she should recheck the question !

- Rushwr

any progress ?

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