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giltine528

Help with math a bit

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So I got a bit confused with one of the math questions Ive got and idk how to approach it, Ill bring out my solution but Im guessing its wrong:

 

Problem:

Chemical liquid consists of 3 ingredients(a,b,c) which are defined as percentages, so for example a chemical liquid consists of materials a-50% b-20% c-30%.

Find out the new chemical liquids percentage expression if we pour the x% amount of selected ingredient to the current liquid. So for example if we pour 30% of "a" material into a liquid that consists of materials  a-50% b-20% c-30%

how will percentages change on these 3 values?

 

Im guessing you just go like:

50*1.3=65%

20*0.7=14%

30*0.7=21%

 

Thank you.

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I see nobody has replied to help so I'll atleast leave a comment... I have no f***ing clue lmao I never made it past pre algebra believe it or not. Had to teach myself math problems over the years. That's why I can't read formulas, only equations that directly affect game development

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I think it's something like that. I've never done anything like this, but I'd assume a lot of ratio calculations are involved.

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