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This questions seems to be easy but the right idea isn`t striking to me. Please help me out :)

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Deepak Kumar
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```							Simply you have to use formula. M1*V1 + M2*V2+ .....  = M(equivalent)*V(final) So here, 1*100 + 2*200 + 3*300 = 1*V This gives V = 1400 ml but the solutions which are mixed have 100+200+300 = 600ml.  So the volume of water will be 1400- 600 = 800 ml
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