Assume you have sea water that weighs 64 lb/ft³ and contains 35 parts per thousand (0.0035) dissolved salt by weight. How many cubic feet of

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Assume you have sea water that weighs 64 lb/ft³ and contains 35 parts per thousand (0.0035) dissolved salt by weight. How many cubic feet of the sea water would you need to place in an exaporation basin to collect 125 lb of sea salt?

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Peyton 3 months 2022-02-02T01:07:57+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-02T01:09:05+00:00

    Answer:

    558.036 lb

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Let x is the amount of the sea water to collect 125 lb of sea salt

    As given: 64 lb/ft³ has 0.0035 dissolved salt by weight

    So the formula to find out the amount of the sea water is:

    64 lb/ft³ * 0.0035 *x ft³  = 125 lb

    <=> x = [tex]\frac{125}{64*0.035}[/tex] = 558.036 lb

    Hope it will find you well.

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