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posted by Jake .
To dilute a solution from 0.600 M to 0.100 M, the final volume must be
A. 1/6 the original volume.
B. 0.7 L.
C. More information is needed to answer this question.
D. 6 times the original volume.
E. 60 L.

Just pick a number like 100 mL
mL x M = mL x M
100 x 0.6 = mL x 0.1
Solve for mL and I get
100*0.6/0.1 = 600
600 mL is what times 100?
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