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 Mixing water and wine 2014-01-19 From manish:a man mixes three part of water to one part of wine.When he consumes one part of mixture he realise that the drink is too dilute and hence adds one part of wine to the remaining quantity what is the ratio of water to wine in the new mixture.Answered by Penny Nom. A spherical ball in a conical wine glass 2011-10-26 From Jules:A heavy spherical ball is lowered carefully into a full conical wine glass whose depth is h and whose generating angle (between the axis and a generator) is w. Show that the greatest overflow occurs when the radius of the ball is (h*sin(w))/(sin(w)+cos(2w)).Answered by Claude Tardif. A wine decanter 2008-12-10 From Suzanne:I am trying to buy a wine decanter for my dad for Christmas. One big problem I am having shopping online is finding the right size. Wine is sold by metric ml, with a standard bottle holding 750ml of wine. Decanters are measured by oz, and the sizes are all over the place, with one site alone having sizes 25oz, 26 1/2oz, 50oz, 59 1/8oz, and 68oz. Can you help me with metric conversions so I can figure out how much wine these decanters hold? Like everybody else, I need this as soon as possible so I can get it shipped in time for Christmas. (I'm disabled & don't drive, so online shopping is my only way to get gifts.) Thanks for your help! SuzanneAnswered by Chris Fisher and Robert Dawson. Glasses of wine 2002-01-10 From A student: 6 glasses of regular wine (12% alcohol) would equal aprox.? glasses of wine (8% alcohol) a)9.33 b)8.5 c)7.75 d)9.0 Answered by Peny Nom.

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