What Ratio of 25% Dextrose and 10% Dextrose to make 20% Dextrose?

What ratio of 25% Dextrose and 10% Dextrose should be mixed to make a 20% Dextrose solution?

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10 parts 25% and 5 parts 10% solution equals 20% mixture.
by: David

So we have here, 25 parts (25%) and 10 parts (10%) and we want to get to 20 parts (20%).

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25% 10 parts
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10% 5 parts
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So, in this question, we would use 10 parts of the 25% concentration and 5 parts of 10% concentration to equal a 20% mixture.

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Dextrose Solution Alligation Answer
by: David Shedd

The answer to this question is:

10 parts of the 25% Dextrose Solution,

combined with

5 parts of the 10% Dextrose Solution.

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