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By: achieve_goal (offline)  Sunday, October 09 2011 @ 06:25 AM CDT (Read 888 times)  
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The mass of the mango is 1/4 the mass of a watermelon.

The watermelon is 0.9 kg heavier than the mango. What is the

total mass of the two fruits?

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By: myluckystar111 (offline)  Sunday, October 09 2011 @ 09:09 AM CDT  
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Hi,
Solution as follows:
Mango = 1 Unit
Watermelon = 4 Units
Difference in Mass = 3 units (900g)
1 unit = 300 g
Total Mass of Mango + Watermelon = 5 Units x 300g = 1500g = 1.5kg

Answer - 1.5kg

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