# SOLUTION: If you have a mixture of 1 oz. of 35% hydrogen peroxide, how much pure water would you add to make a mixture of 17% hydrogen peroxide?

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 Question 574208: If you have a mixture of 1 oz. of 35% hydrogen peroxide, how much pure water would you add to make a mixture of 17% hydrogen peroxide? Answer by ankor@dixie-net.com(15746)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!you have a mixture of 1 oz. of 35% hydrogen peroxide, how much pure water would you add to make a mixture of 17% hydrogen peroxide? : let x = amt of water to produce a 17% mixture : amt of hydrogen peroxide remains the same; only the mixture amt changes : .35(1) = .17(x+1) .35 = .17x + .17 .35 - .17 = .17x .18 = .17x x = .18/.17 x = 1.06 oz of water to be added : :