Salt water

The ratio of water (in liters) to salt (in grams) needs to be 3 to 2. If we add 10 grams of salt, how much water do we need to add?

Correct answer:

w =  15 l

Step-by-step explanation:

s=10 g w:s = 3:2 = 3 l:2g  w=23 s=23 10=23 10=230=15 l

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