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if 500 ml of a 15% solution is diluted to 1500 ml, how would you label the final strength of the solution?

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    I have no clue what the answers to your problems are but it would be much easier for you if you just copy and pasted everything at one instead of doing every individual question. you don't have to, its just easier. sorry I couldn't help.

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    This looks suspiciously like exam questions.

    I doubt if Cleondra will get any help -- especially since she didn't include her answers.

    Would your local pharmacy hire an assistant who cheated her way through school??? I hope not!!

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