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Hi, You need to make 21 (1+20) in 3 ml so take 3/21 m"l ( = 1/7 m"l) of the concentrated one and 60/21 (or 2 and 6/7 m"l) of the other. To convert 1:20 to 1:100 you have to dilute it 5 times. So take 3/5 m"l ( = 0.6 m"l) of the 1:20 and dilute it 5 times (to make 3 m"l all together). Best ...

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