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MENTOR NOTE: Moved here from the General Math forum hence no homework template.

Hello! Sorry for not showing what I have tried to solve the problem.

Here it is

I let x = amount of inferior tea to be added to superior tea in lbs.

y = amount of superior tea in lbs.

3x+5y = 11/3(x+y)

solving for x I get x = 2y from here I cannot proceed.

Honestly this is only where I can get to. Please bear with me.

Hello! Sorry for not showing what I have tried to solve the problem.

Here it is

I let x = amount of inferior tea to be added to superior tea in lbs.

y = amount of superior tea in lbs.

3x+5y = 11/3(x+y)

solving for x I get x = 2y from here I cannot proceed.

Honestly this is only where I can get to. Please bear with me.

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