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    A lake with constant volume 10X10^6 m^3 is fed by a pollution-free stream with flow rate 50 m^3/s. A factory dumps 5m^3/s of a nonconservative waste with concentration 100 mg/L into the lake. The pollution has a reaction rate coefficient K of 0.25/day. Assuming the pollution is well mixed in the lake, find the steady-state concentration of pollution in the lake.

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    Let C1 be the concentration (mg/L) of the pollution-free stream coming in the lake.
    Let C2 be the concentration (mg/L) of the pollution stream coming in the lake.
    Let C be the concentration (mg/L) of the stream coming out of the ...

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