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# Mixture Project

Period 5 Anthony Lopez,Joseph Nguyen, Bao Le, Eliseo Canela, Vincent Nguyen
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## Anthony Lopez

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Per.5
By:Anthony Lopez
Joseph Nguyen
Bao Le
Eliseo Canela
Vincent Nguyen The Mixture Problems In our presentation, we
will present you 10 question
that we have covered in class. Question 1: A special tea blend is made from two varieties of herbal tea,
one that cost \$4.00/lb and another that cost \$2.00/lb. How many pounds of each type are needed to make 20 pounds of a blend worth \$2.50/lb? Define the variables:
x= pounds of the \$2.00 herbal tea
y= pounds of the \$4.00 herbal tea Lets begin doing the problems The Work
x+y=20
2x+4y=20(2.5)
2x+4y=50

2(x+y=20)
2x+4y=50

2x+2y=40
- - -
2x+4y=50

-2y=-10
/-2 /-2

y=5 We choose
elimination
because
the equations
are lined up. And now we subtract Since there are only 20 pounds of use, there are 5 lbs. of the \$4 blend and there are 15lbs. of the \$2 blend. How many liters of water must be added to 70 L of a 40% acid solution in order to produce a 28% acid solution? Question 2 The Work y=liters of water added to the 30% acid solution
x= liters of water added to the 40% acid solution
.40 + 70 / 70 + x = 28
28 = .28(70 + x)
70 + x = 100
x = 30 liters of water to 40% acid solution
y = 40 liters of water to 28% acid solution Question 3 The Work O=cost of oranges
A=cost of apples

lcm=40 8o+5a=4.09
5o+4a=2.89
40o+25a=20.45
40o+32a=23.12

-7a=-2.67
/-7 /-7

a=\$0.40
o=\$0.26 Question 4 The Rileys have \$27,000 to invest. They intend to invest part of the money in certificates of deposit at 8.5% and the remainder in a savings account at 5%. If they wish to receive the same income from each investment, how much should they invest in each? The Work .085X=.05(27,000-X)
.085X=1,350-.05X
.085X+.05X=1,350
.135X=1,350
X=10,000 INVESTED @ 8.5%
y=17,000 INVESTED @5% x=amount of money invested into the
8.5% account
y=amount of money invested into the 5% acount The perimeter of a rectangle is 52 m. The length is 21/4 times the width. Find the dimensions of the rectangle. Question 5 Question 6 Mr. King is 4 times as old as his daughter. Four years ago, he was 6 times as old as his daughter was then. Find each of their ages. The Work The cost of 24 oranges and 15 apples is \$12.36. Fifteen oranges and 12 apples cost \$8.67. Find the cost of each orange and each apple. The variables k=Mr.kings age d=the age of his daughter Equations k=4d k= Mr.King's age
d=his daughters age Question 8 w = 120 ft^2
w = 120/l or l = 120/w;
2l + 2(120/l) = 52 ft or 2(120/w) + 2w = 52 ft
2l + 240/l = 52 ft or 240/w + 2w = 52 ft
2l^2 + 240 = 52l or 240 + 2w^2 = 52w
2l^2 - 52l + 240 = 0 or 2w^2 - 52w + 240 = 0
2(l^2 - 26l + 120) = 0 or 2(w^2 - 26l + 120) = 0
2(l-6)(l-20) = 0 or 2(w-6)(w-20) = 0
l = 6 or 20; w = 6 or 20 The Work

k=4d
k-4=6(d-4)

4d-4=6(d-4)
4d-4=6d-24
-4d -4d

-4=2d-24
+24 +24

20=2d
/2 /2
10=d

k=4(10)
k=40
d=10 Since the
equations
aren't lined
up,we use
substitution. 2l + 2w = 52 ft
lw = 120 ft^2 Question 7 In Blue River, Terry can row 36 km downstream in 3 hours but it takes him 6 hours to row that same distance upstream. Find the rate he rows in still water and the rate of the current. QUESTION 10 The sum of the digits of a certain two-digit number is 6. If the original number is subtracted from the number formed by interchanging the digits. The result is 36. Find the original number. 2l + 2w = 52 ft
lw = 120 ft^2 Variables A car started out from a Memphis toward Litter Rock at the rate of 60km/h. A second car left from the same point 2 hours later and drove along the same route at 75km/h. How long did it take the second car to overtake the first car? The work Define the Variables t=digit in the tens place
o=digit in the ones place The Work t+o=6
10o+t-(10t+o)=36

10o+(6-o)-10(6-o)-o=36

10o + 6-o -60+10o -o = 36
18o - 54 = 36
18o = 90
o = 5

t+5=6
t=1
so the answer is 15 60(y+2)-75y=0
60y+120-75x=0
-15y+120=0
-15y+120=0-120(Subtract 120 each side)
-15y=-120
-15y/-15=-120/-15(Divide -15 each side)
y=8 You are 36 miles from a friend. You both start riding your bicycles toward each other at the same time. You travel 15 miles per hour and your friend travels 3 miles per hour slower. How far will you travel before you meet your friend? Question 9 Variables
f=friend's distance The Work
d=r(t)

15t+12t=36
27t=36
t=4/3hrs

15(4/3)+12t=36
20+12t=36
Since 20 miles is your distance
and your friend's is 16 miles. You are riding 15mi/h
and your friend is
riding 12mi/h.
15(t)=d

friends equation=
12(t)=d x=speed of boat in water
y=speed of the current The Work 36/3=12km going downstream
36/6=6km going upstream

x+y=12
x-y=6
2x=18
x=9
Now we check.

9+y=12
y=3
So the boat is going 9km/h
and the current is going
3km/hr THE END Those were our ten
problems.We hope you
understood. THANK YOU LOL AND NOW WE HOPE U AREN'T ANNOYED
BY THIS YET. NO:ENJOY! YES:CLICK NEXT
SLIDE And now enjoy
a few songs...=) THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! GOOD BYE... Define the veriables x = the time of the first car y = the time of the second car Because the second car overtaked the first car so we have the first equation:
60x=75y ----> 60x-75y=0 The second car left 2 hours later so we have second equation: x=y+2 60x-75y=0 x=y+2 x=y+2
x=8+2
x=10 So the time of the first car is 10 hours and the second car is 8 hours. We use substitution
because the equations
are not lined up. HI GUYS l=length
w=width
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