A problem by akhil vinodLevel pending
Lactobacillus sp. and Streptococcus sp. are two bacterial species responsible for curdling
of milk. One quantum of each of these species was introduced to a very large container of
milk. One quantum of either species can curdle 10 ml of milk in 26 minutes, which is also
the doubling time for Streptococcus sp. The doubling time for Lactobacillus sp., however, is 78
minutes. What will be ratio of the total milk curdled by Streptococcus sp. to Lactobacillus sp. at the end of 156 minutes?