Heating plant

Workers dump imported coke at heating plant. On the first day used half of the amount, the second day three quarters the rest and on the third day left 120 tons.

How much coke they dump at heating plant?

Result

x =  960 t

Solution:


x-1/2 x - 3/4 * (x-1/2 x) = 120

0.5x = 480

x = 960

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Question 7175 grams = kg

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please use our mass/weight units converter:

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7175 g = 7.175 kg
7175 grams is 7.175 kilograms.

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