# Mushrooms

Mushrooms lose 90% by weight drying. How many fresh mushrooms are needed for 5 kg of dried mushrooms?

Result

x =  50 kg

#### Solution:

x * (1 - 90/100) = 5

10x = 500

x = 50

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