OpenStudy (anonymous):

In an experiment, two liquids with different viscosities (thickness) are allowed to drip a drop at a time into a flask, where they are mixed. The apparatus is set up such that the first liquid drips 3 v ^3 − 2 v + 20 milliliters per minute and the second liquid drips v + 2 milliliters per minute, where v is the average viscosity of the final mixture. Which equation shows how many milliliters of the first liquid are mixed for every milliliter of the second liquid?

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

A: 3 v ^2 − 6 v − 10 B: 3 v ^2 − 8 v − 36 C: 3 v ^2 − 6 v + 10 D: 3v ^2 − 8 v + 10 im so confused aha

3 years ago
OpenStudy (dumbcow):

its a ratio....divide the rates \[\frac{3v^3 -2v +20}{v+2} = 3v^2-6v+10\]

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

thank you so much il try to do the next one

3 years ago
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