# Mushrooms

The ratio of dry matter and water is 1:9 for most mushrooms. Dry matter consists of carbohydrates, proteins, minerals, fat, and water in a ratio of 50:30:8:3:9. How many kilograms of fresh mushrooms need to be processed into a 10 kg package of dried mushrooms? What is the weight of the individual dry matter components in this package?

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