# SOLUTION: Three chemical reactions each produce oxygen. If the first produces twice that of the second, the third produces twice that of the first, and the combined total is 560 cm^3, what

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear Equations And Systems Word Problems Question 151783: Three chemical reactions each produce oxygen. If the first produces twice that of the second, the third produces twice that of the first, and the combined total is 560 cm^3, what volume is produced by each?Answer by jojo14344(1512)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Note: = 1st chem. rxn = 2nd chem. rxn = 3rd chem. rxn. = Oxygen produced by each rxn. 1st condition: produces twice that of --------> --------> 2nd condition: produces twice that of --------> NOW, equating the 3 values of the chemical rxn that has combined total of 560cc --------------------> working eqn ----------------> amount of Oxygen produced by FOR = FOR = In doubt? Go back working eqn, , note: cc= cubic centimeter= Thank you, Jojo