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Given this formula


(lbs/day) x100
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(1440 min/day) x (concentration in % Wt) x (0.0838 lbs.CuFt)

= scfm

How can this formula be rearranged to find (Concentration in %wt) given all the  other terms?
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(concentration in % Wt) = (lbs/day) x100 / {(1440 min/day) x ((0.0838 lbs.CuFt) x scfm}

In your notation:

(lbs/day) x100
-----------------------------
(1440 min/day) x (scfm) x (0.0838 lbs.CuFt)

= (concentration in % Wt)
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by:Salad-Dodger
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I really feel like I should have known that . . .  :-)
Thank you.
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Wish I would have been able to grasp this concept when I was younger
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