posted by Hannah

(0.50M)(3.50mL) = c2(75.00)

c2= 2.3e-2

Is this correct?

1. Amanda Mosley

Yes this appears to be

2. Hannah

c2=1.16e-2.

Is this correct in terms of correct number of sig figs?

3. Amanda Mosley

Ok try the problem again then comeback something is off you sisnt multiply incorrectly did you

4. Hannah

I got 0.011666667 so for correct sig figs is that 1.16e-2 or 1.1e-2?

5. Amanda Mosley

1.1e it diesnt have six in the answer

6. Hannah

So are you saying that's not the answer????

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