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In Topic: Giant Jelly

04 September 2012 - 03:31 AM

It would seem that the answer 50 given by vistaptb is exactly correct, not approximately correct. Because there is exactly one pound of non-water then this with exactly 49 pounds of water gives 50 pounds total with 98 percent water. If x is the total weight then the correct equation is (x-1)/x = 0.98