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100 lbs. of millet seeds alloy $.60/ lb. sunflower seeds which cost $1.40/lb. are needed to make mixture that costs $.76/lb. how many pounds of sunflower seeds will be needed for mixture?

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I think you're missing something, bro. You left out how much sunflower seeds you need.

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