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If the volume of solute is 6 ml and the volume of the solution is 300 ml, what is the solute's percent by volume?


is it solute/solution
so % = 6/300

so then would it be
% = .02

would i change it to 2%???

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    yes, (6.00/300.)*100 = 2.00%

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