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Question #33543
If I have 1360 kg of peanuts, 1260 kg of cashews, and 2000 kg of macadamias. How many packs could be made, if one pack contains 40% of peanuts, 40% of cashews, and 20% of macadamias.
Expert's answer
We will use all the cashews soit will be 1260 kg. Weight of cashews we use equals weight of peanuts, so we
will need 1260 kg of peanuts. At last weight of macadamias in the bag is two
times lower than weight of cahsews or peanuts and equals 1260/2=630 kg.
So total weight of packs we can made is 1260+1260+630=2850kg.

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