# SOLUTION: For a product to be labeled orange juice, a state agency requires that at least 80% of the drink be real orange juice. How many ounces of artificial flavors can be added to 32 oz

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 Question 43886This question is from textbook Beginning Algebra with Applications : For a product to be labeled orange juice, a state agency requires that at least 80% of the drink be real orange juice. How many ounces of artificial flavors can be added to 32 oz of real orange juice if the drink is to be labeled orange juice?This question is from textbook Beginning Algebra with Applications Answer by stanbon(57347)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!For a product to be labeled orange juice, a state agency requires that at least 80% of the drink be real orange juice. How many ounces of artificial flavors can be added to 32 oz of real orange juice if the drink is to be labeled orange juice? Start: 32 oz of 100% orange juice Add: x oz of 0% orange juice End up with: "32+x" oz of 80% orange juice EQUATION: oj + oj = oj 32 +0= .80(32+x) 32 = 25.6 + 0.8x 0.8x=6.4 x=8 oz(amount of artificial flavor added) Cheers, stan H.