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Let beneath the x holds of water with the purity of 0 percent as absolute water has. A purity of 0 percent of its kind, so 20 pose, is available with the percentage of a and we need a 20 plus x liter of solution with a percentage of 2. Hence applying the formula of percentage we take as 0 percent of x plus 8 percent of 20 is equal to 2 percent of 20 plus x, so 0, upon 100 multiplied by x, plus 500. Multiplied by 20 is equal to 2, upon 100 multiplied by 20 plus x, so 0 plus 116 is equal to 14. Plus 2 is so we get it, as were a 60 water, to get a solution of 2 percent with a quantity of 81. So this is the answer of the question.
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