Two wine

In 2:1 mix wine solution cost 4.1 USD.
In 1:2 mix wine solution cost 4.5 USD.

How much cost liter of each wine?

Result

x =  3.7 USD/l
y =  4.9 USD/l

Solution: 2x+y=3*4.1
x+2y=3*4.5

2x+y = 12.3
x+2y = 13.5

x = 3710 = 3.7
y = 4910 = 4.9

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