Doing a new kind of matrh for my class and I dont know it very much.
asked Dec 19, 2016 in Algebra 1 Answers by Matilda

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we need to ask ourselves if 100% corresponds to 15litres, what if increased by 60%? (160÷100)×15=24 thus it will be 24litres
answered Dec 19, 2016 by comen jorum Level 2 User (1,980 points)
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