Posted by **James** on Tuesday, April 16, 2013 at 6:42pm.

Theres this chemistry problem im getting stuck in because i'm confusing myself with the math.

Equation given = %O2 saturation = 100 x (pO2/(pO2 + K)

%O2 = 35

K = 1.51

how do I calculate pO2?? I can't seem to cancel them out correctly.

Answer = 0.813

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