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how do we solve a mixing problem involving 3 inlet pipes and 2 outlet pipes?is it okay to just add up the 3 rates of input as well as their respective concentrations?

all the sample problems i have encountered involves only 1 inlet and one outlet pipe..

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# Mixing problem involving 3 inlets and 2 outlet pipes

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