A bakery makes a special marble rye bread using white flour, light rye flour, and dark rye flower. If they use three fifths as much light rye as dark rye but the amount of white flour is 20\% of the amount of dark rye, how much light rye flour is needed to make a 1000 gram loaf? (assume the flour makes up all the weight of the finished loaf)Hello and thank you for posting your question to Brainmass.Let x be the amount of dark rye.The amount of light rye is 3/5 of the dark rye , namely 3x/5The amount of white flour is 20\% or 1/5 of the dark rye. So the amount of white flour is x/5We add all these amounts together we get:x + 3x/5 +x/5 = 9x/5This must be equal the weight of the loaf, hence we get:9x/5 = 10009x = 5000x = 555.56 gr3x/5 = 333.33 grx/5 = 111.11The amount of dark rye is 556 grams
The amount of light rye is 333 grams
The amount of white flour is 111 grams




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