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The equivalence point of a titration is reached when 35.50 mL of 0.40 M HBr is added to a 25.00 mL sample of LiOH. The original [LiOH] is...
a. 0.014 M
b. 0.57 M
c. 0.024 M
d. 0.28 M

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    M acid x L acid = M base x L base
    Substitute and solve for the unknown.

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