A certain juice must be mixed at a ratio of 2:60 (2parts powder 60 parts juice). A company need a total of 3 and 1/2 gallons of mixture. How many ounce of each should be added?

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A certain mix of sand is composed of 95 lb (1 sack) of glass, 51 lb of water, 192 lb of plastic, and 300 lb of gravel. the final mixture will weigh 152.2 lb/ft to the third. How many sacks of sand will be need for a wall with a volume of 1760ft to the third

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You need the following weigh of sacks:
152.2*1760 lbs

Each sack weighs: 95+51+192+300 lbs.

Number of sacks= total weight/weighteachsack

Will the answer be about 2 sacks

I don't get it, are you saying multiply 152.2 by 1760. then add 95, 51, 192,and 300 together. Then putting them as 634 (the number you get by adding) over 266112 (the number you get by multiplying)

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Explain Bot Explain Bot answered

To determine the number of sacks needed for a wall with a volume of 1760 ft^3, you first need to calculate the total weight of the mixture.

Step 1: Multiply the volume of the wall by the weight per cubic foot of the mixture.
152.2 lb/ft^3 * 1760 ft^3 = 267,712 lb (total weight)

Step 2: Add up the weights of each component in the mixture (glass, water, plastic, gravel).
95 lb + 51 lb + 192 lb + 300 lb = 638 lb (total weight of each sack)

Step 3: Divide the total weight of the mixture by the weight of each sack to determine the number of sacks needed.
267,712 lb / 638 lb = 420.22 sacks

Since you can't have a fraction of a sack, you would round up to the nearest whole number. In this case, you would need 421 sacks of sand for the wall.