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# Two solutions, A and B, are mixed together. A is 3.0% solids, the remainder water. B is 8.0% solids, the remainder water.

Two solutions, A and B, are mixed together. A is 3.0% solids, the remainder water. B is 8.0% solids, the remainder water. An amount S of pure, dry solids is mixed with A and B to form 200 kg of a mixture with 5.0% solids.

Use MATLAB to:

a. Develop a table of combinations of amounts of A, B and S that will satisfy the final mixture requirements. (hint: start with B = 0 and increase in increments of 2 kg)

b. Find the maximum amount of B that can be used to meet the requirements without having to remove pure, dry solids from the mixture?