A metallurgist has one alloy containing
aluminum and another containing
aluminum. How many pounds of each alloy must he use to make
pounds of a third alloy containing
aluminum? How do I find out what .24x+.49=?
If you use one pound of one aluminum alloy and one pound of another aluminum alloy to make a third aluminum alloy, you would get two pounds of the third aluminum alloy.
Answer: 2 pounds of third aluminum alloy
If the expression 0.24 x + .49 is an equation of the form 0.24x + 0.49 = 0, then x = -0.49/ 0.24 = 2.04
Answer: x= 2.04
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