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What is the mass percent of NaCl in a solution obtained by mixing 50g of this solution with 215g of H20?

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    What's the concn to begin with?
    current% x (50/265) = ??

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    do you then multiply that answer by 100?

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    If you start with percent x (50/265) the answer is already in percent.
    If you converted to a fraction first so the solution is
    (%/100) x (50/265), yes, multiply that by 100.

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