# Baker

The baker makes from 10 kg of flour 12 kg dough. How much flour he need to make a 100 kg dough?

Result

x =  83.333 kg

#### Solution:

100 = 12/10 x

12x = 1000

x = 2503 ≈ 83.333333

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