# Answer to Question #50575 in Other Chemistry for Maddi

Question #50575

A bottling plant has 164,900 bottles with a capacity of 355 mL, 123,000 caps, and 31,400 L of beverage.

(a) How many bottles can be filled and capped?

(a) How many bottles can be filled and capped?

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Assignment Expert29.01.15, 21:24Dear Bender, thank you for your comment.

Bender28.01.15, 21:53I'm no expert, but I think I can help with this.

1000ml = 1 L therefore,

355ml = 0.355L

31,400 L of beverage / 0.355L per bottle = about 88450.7 bottles = 88450 bottles since we must round down to the nearest full bottle.

Because 88,450 is less than 164,900 bottles and 123,000 caps the answer should be 88,450 bottles.

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