Percent Mixture #6 - 2 variables

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Solves this Percent Mixture word problem using two variables: A chemist has a 21% salt solution and a 15% salt solution. How many quarts of each should be used to produce 60 quarts of a 19% salt solution?

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  • A chemist has a 21% salt solution and a 15% salt solution. How many quarts of each should be used to produce 60 quarts of a 19% salt solution?
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    In this lesson, the teacher shows how to solve percent mixture word problems by using two variables.