Chemistry
posted by Jon
2. You have a sugar solution (solution A) with concentration x. You pour onefourth of this solution
into a beaker, and add an equivalent volume of water (solution B).
a) What is the ratio of sugar in solutions A and B?
b) Compare the volumes of soutions A and B.
c) What is the ratio of the concentrations of sugar in solutions A and B?
I will be happy too critique your thinking or work. This is straightforward thinking.

cheryl
I still don't get it
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