Do you need to increase or decrease the salinity of your solution, or mix two different strengths to make one solution of a given percentage of strength. I work through four example of mixture problems to help you out:) NOTE: There is a copy error in the second line of work in my second example, that should be 14 and not .14. Because I use my notes to finish the problem, this error does carry through the rest of the problem. Find free review test, useful notes and more at http://www.mathplane.com
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