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# A person wishes to mix coffee worth \$ 18 per lb with coffee worth \$ 6 per lb to get 60 60 lb of a mixture worth \$10 per lb.

A person wishes to mix coffee worth ​\$18 per lb with coffee worth \$6 per lb to get 60

60 lb of a mixture worth \$10 per lb. How many pounds of the ​\$18 and how many pounds of \$6 a pound

The person needs to mix 20 pounds of... View the full answer

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• rewaldingo
• Apr 01, 2018 at 9:42pm

Let x pounds of \$18 per lb coffee is used As, total mixture is 60 lb, so, amount of \$6 per lb coffee used = 60 - x... View the full answer

• this looks like you figure it for 600 lbs when i only want 60 lb total at average cost of 10 pound by mixing the 6\$ and 18 dollar together
• rewaldingo
• Apr 01, 2018 at 9:18pm
• No, please check again.its 60 lb total and 600\$ total because it's 60 lb at \$10 per lb
• maths123rajat
• Apr 01, 2018 at 9:52pm

The quantity of coffee worth ​\$ 18 per lb to... View the full answer

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