# Faucets

A large tank is partially filled with a solution. The tank has a faucet that allows solution to enter the tank at a rate of 16 3/4 liters per minute. The tank also has a drain that allows solution to leave the tank at a rate of 19 4/5 liters per minute. (a) What expression represents the change in volume of solution in the tank in 1 minute? (b) Simplify and give your answer as a simplified mixed number. (c) What is the change in volume of the solution after 10 minutes? Show necessary work. Give your answer as a simplified mixed number.

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