The Algebra Word Problem Solver solves Mixture Word Problems solving for the following.

- Mixing two solutions with fixes concentrations to create a new mixture.
- Mixing ingredients with different costs to create a new mixture.
- Adding water to dilute the concentration of a solution.
- Adding a pure ingredient (100% concentration) to increase the concentration of a solution.
- Adding pure metals to an alloy to create a new alloy.

- Mixing ingredients with different costs per pound
- A store wants to mix two grades of coffee. One sells for $.80 per pound and one sells for $1.20 per pound. He wants to sell the mixture for $1.10 per pound. If he has 25 pounds of the $.80 per pound coffee, how much of the $1.20 must he use.

- Find Speed and Current Given Times and Distances Upstream and Downstream.
- A grocer has decided to mix 100 pounds of cashews and almonds. Cashews typically cost $8 per pound and almonds cost $3 per pound. How many pounds of each type of nut must he mix to obtain a mixture that will cost his customers $5 per pound?

- Creating mixtures with different percentages
- A farmer wants to mix milk containing 3% buttermilk with cream containing 30% butterfat to obtain 900 gallons of milk which is 8% butterfat. How much of each must he use?

- Mixture adding pure solution to strengrhen the concentration.
- How much pure alcohol must a nurse add to 10 liters of 60% alcohol to strengthen it to a 90% solution?

- Adding water to dilute a solution
- Marie has 25 ounces of a 20% boric acid solution which she wishes to dilute to a 10% solution. How much water does she have to add to obtain a 10% solution?

- Adding pure copper and tin to create different alloys .
- A given alloy contains 20% copper and 5% tin. How many pounds of copper and of tin must be melted with 100 pounds of the given alloy to produce another alloy analyzing 30% copper and 10% tin.

- Mixing solutions to determine concentration of first ingredient.
- 7 L of an acid solution was mixed with 3 L of a 15% acid solution to make a 29% acid solution. Find the percent concentration of the first solution.

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