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1/[N2O] = 1/(1.75M) + (1.10E3M^1 S^1)(1852s)
[N2O] = 0.383 M
I know I posted a similar question but I am having trouble with this one as well. Should I do 1/1.75 first and then add 1.10e3 and then multiply by 1852?
Math(Thank you for your help)  john, Friday, March 9, 2012 at 8:51pm
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Math(Thank you for your help)  Hannah, Friday, March 9, 2012 at 11:51pm
So first I did multiplication (1.10e3)(1852) and then divided 1/1.75 and then added and I cant get the answer.
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