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Question 11Question textSolve the problem.A pharmacist wants to mix a 16% saline solution with a 26% saline solution to get 15 L of a 20% saline solution. How much of each solution should she use?Select one: a. 9 L of the 16% solution; 6 L of the 26% solutionb. 10 L of the 16% solution; 5 L of the 26% solutionc. 6 L of the 16% solution; 9 L of the 26% solutiond. 5 L of the 16% solution; 10 L of the 26% solutionFeedbackThe correct answer is: 9 L of the 16% solution; 6 L of the 26% solution Question textSolve the system by using any method. If a system does not have one unique solution, state whether the system is inconsistent or whether the equations are dependent.2(3x+ y) = y- xx−43y=23x−43y=23Select one:+ 8 Question 13Question textSolve the system of equations by using the substitution method.3(x+ y) = -7 - 9x- 1 = 8 + 3ySelect one:y

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