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If a 0.5 L container of juice contains 15 g of sugar, what's the concentration of sugar? A. 30 g/L B. 7.5 g/L C. 45 g/L D. 3.33 g/L
0.5 L/15 g * 100 = 3.33 g/L is the answer
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