Therefore, add
of water to raise the water content up to 11%.
Case 2:
Compute the weight of water by using the equation (1)
Substitute
for
in the equation (1)
Substitute
for
.
Compute the amount of water to be added to reach the water content up to15%:
Substitute
for
and
for
.

Therefore, add
of water to raise the water content up to 15%.
Case 3:
Compute the weight of water by using the equation (1)
Substitute
for
in the equation (1)
Substitute
for
in the above relation.
Compute the amount of water to be added to reach the water content up to18%:
Substitute
for
and
for
.

Therefore, add
of water to raise the water content up to 18%.
Case 4:
Compute the weight of water by using the equation (1)
Substitute
for
in the equation (1)
Substitute
for
in the above relation.
Compute the amount of water to be added to reach the water content up to 22%:
Substitute
for
and
for
.
Therefore, add
of water to raise the water content up to 22%.

Case 5:
Compute the weight of water by using the equation (1)
Substitute
for
in the equation (1)
Substitute
for
in the above relation.
Compute the amount of water to be added to reach the water content up to26%:
Substitute
for
and
for
.
Therefore, add
of water to raise the water content up to 26%.

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- Spring '17
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- natural water content of a borrow material