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#### Anonymous

##### Guest

I'm doing my first inquarting of gold and I'm wanting to make sure I did the math correct. I have read some tutorials here and read the calculations, but I actually used the calculator from

**Samual-a**web site. I'll learn it soon without a computer, but for now, this is helping me understand the ratio of base metals to the pure gold content.

Never mind the gold value as I did the copy/paste about an hour ago. I just want to make sure I'm learning to understand the right ratio of silver for inquarting. Also, should I hold on to the white gold ring or inquart it with the rest of the gold? I also added a gram more silver to the calculations to make sure I'm close enough.

14K Teeth Plate:

**4.97g**

Pure Gold Content: 2.8975099999999996 Grams

Gold Value: 137.99574198630353 Dollars

14K (White Gold) Ring:

**1.77g**

Pure Gold Content: 1.0319099999999999 Grams

Gold Value: 49.14536485226505 Dollars

10kt lot-

**4.6g**

14 April 2013 20:02:06

Pure Gold Content: 1.9135999999999997 Grams

Gold Value: 91.13640742050603 Dollars

18kt lot -

**1.7g**

Pure Gold Content: 1.275 Grams

Gold Value: 60.72267948429411 Dollars

14kt lot -

**0.3g**

Pure Gold Content: 0.17489999999999997 Grams

Gold Value: 8.329722856316108 Dollars

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**TOTAL 13.34 grams**================================

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**TOTAL PURE GOLD 7.27 grams**======================

22.88 grams of pure silver to inquart the gold.

Is the math correct?

Thanks

Kevin