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I don't understand how to do this problem because i don't see a precipitate. If you could show your work on the problem that would be great so i can follow along!

Identify the spectator ion(s) in the reaction
Zn(OH)2+ H2SO4→ZnSO4+ 2H2O
in aqueous solution.
1.There are no spectator ions.
2.Zn2+, (SO4)−2
3.Zn2+, OH−, H+, SO2−4
4.SO2−4
5.Zn2+

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    A spectator ion is an ion that appears the same on both sides of the equation.

    Do you see any ions on either side of the equation?

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