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4.5 g of an alloy of copper and zinc contains 3.5 g of copper. What weight of copper will there be in 18.9 g of the alloy?

Answer:

Given 4.5 g of an alloy of copper and zinc contains 3.5 g of copper

For 1 g of an alloy will contain = 3.5 / 4.5

= 0.777 g of copper

1 g of an alloy will contain 0.777 g of copper

For 18.9 g of an alloy contain = 0.777 × 18.9

= 14.7 g of copper

**Hence, 18.9 g of an alloy contains 14.7 g of copper**

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