– Dr. Watson combines 400 mL of detergent, 800 mL of alcohol, and 1,500 mL of water. How many liters of solution does he have?

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– Dr. Watson combines 400 mL of detergent,
800 mL of alcohol, and 1,500 mL of water.
How many liters of solution does he have?
A 2.7 liters C 270 liters
B 27 liters D 2,700 liters.

Please give explanation on how you get the answer

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Liliana 10 mins 2021-10-14T04:03:39+00:00 1 Answer 0

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  1. Charlotte
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    2021-10-14T04:05:38+00:00

    To start, we need to define what a “solution” is, since you’re measuring that volume. The solution refers to the entire mixture of liquids that Dr. Watson mixes together, so the solution that he creates is a mixture of his detergent, alcohol, and water. The volume of the mixture is determined by the volumes of each of the ingredients and will be the sum of all of the ingredients’ volumes when they are combined. So, the total volume will be:

    volume of detergent + volume of alcohol + volume of water

    400 mL + 800 mL + 1500 mL
    1200 mL + 1500 mL
    2700 mL

    The total volume of the mixture would be 2700 mL, or 2.7 L (use a conversion between mL and L).

    Hope this helps!

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