# SOLUTION: How would you write a system of equations to find the concentration of salt in solution A and B when 3mm of solution A are mixed with 3mm of solution B and the result is a 40% salt

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-systems Question 520377: How would you write a system of equations to find the concentration of salt in solution A and B when 3mm of solution A are mixed with 3mm of solution B and the result is a 40% salt solution, and when 4mm of solution A are mixed with 2mm of solution B and the result is a 35% salt solution? I was thinking 3x+3y=.4; 4x+2y=.35 but it doesn't seem right? I would be very appreciative if someone could help me thank you! Answer by scott8148(6628)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!your equations are fine just solve the system for the results