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Do an allegation

For 0.01: (.16/.19)X=26g

Solve for X=30.875 g is the total gram in the cream for 4%

For 0.2: (0.03/.19) (30.875g) = 4.88 g

The final answer is 4.88 g of 20%

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Q: How much 20 percent cream should you add to a26 percent gof 1 percent cream to make 4 percent cream?

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.20 x + .01(26) = (x + 26)(.04) .2 x + .26 = .04 x + 1.04 .18 x = .78 x = 4.33333 g

25.263157895 g @ 10 % + 94.736842105 g @ 0.5 % = total 3 g out of 120 g total = 2.5 %

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Neither. A person should always ask: "what is the percentage?" or "how great is the percentage?"

It is 10.79*2.25/100 = 0.24 approx.

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.20 x + .01(26) = (x + 26)(.04) .2 x + .26 = .04 x + 1.04 .18 x = .78 x = 4.33333 g

Well it is about 20 to 30 percent (i answered it)

25.263157895 g @ 10 % + 94.736842105 g @ 0.5 % = total 3 g out of 120 g total = 2.5 %

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10% milk fat

It is a light cream undefined by regulation, but typically 12 to 13 percent butterfat. Normal milk is considered to be 3.2 percent butterfat, whipping cream is 32 percent and heavy cream is 40 percent. Half and Half is also called coffee cream, and most dairies produce a wide range of fluid milk products depending on the need of the market, from skim (less than one percent butterfat) to confectionary cream at 50 percent butterfat.

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