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Oxygen Consumption Proportion to Natural Gas Burned

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nt of natural gas burned is proportional to the amount of oxygen consumed. if 24.0 kg of oxygen is consumed in burning 15.0 kg of natural gas, how much air, which is 23.2% oxygen by weight, is consumed to burn 50.0 kg of natural gas?
a. 80.0 kg b. 345 kg c. 31.3 kg d. 135 kg

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Suppose y is the amount of gas and x is the amount of oxygen. ...

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The amount of natural gas burned is proportional to the amount of oxygen consumed. How much air is consumed to burn 50 kg of natural gas?

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