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Homework Help: chem:ionic equations

Posted by sydney on Tuesday, November 27, 2007 at 12:15am.

write below the complete ionic equation for the reaction of magnesium phosphate with lead(II)nitrate. Include which ions will be aqueous and which compound will precipitate.

I understand how to balance the equation, but the example they give me is completely different from the question and I don't understand where I'm supposed to get my answer from. Can anyone help?

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