Pouring alcohol

100 liters of alcohol has 70%
How many liters of water need to be added to have 60% alcohol?

Result

x =  16.667

Solution:


100 * 0.70 = 0.6 * (100+x)

0.6x = 10

x = 503 ≈ 16.666667

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