# SOLUTION: A rice trader mixes commercial rice that costs 29/kilo with that which costs 33/kilo. How many kilos of each should he mix to produce 200 kilos of a mixture that costs 30/kilo?

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 Question 353393: A rice trader mixes commercial rice that costs 29/kilo with that which costs 33/kilo. How many kilos of each should he mix to produce 200 kilos of a mixture that costs 30/kilo?Answer by robertb(4012)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let x = # kilos from 29/kilo rice. Then 200 - x = # kilos from 33/kilo rice. Then . , , , . Therefore he should mix 150 kilos of the 29/kilo rice and 50 kilos of the 33/kilo rice.