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A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker and a solid precipitate formed. His data is shown in the table below.
Liquid reactant A = 10 g
Liquid reactant B = 17 g
Beaker + solid product= 32 g
What is the mass of the beaker?
A. 5 g
B. 10 g
C. 15 g
D. 17 g
E. 32 g
Is the answer A?
Thank you

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  1. Due to the conservation of mass, the mass of the reactants is equal to the mass of the products.

    Mass(A) + Mass(B) = Mass Solid Product
    10g + 17g = 27g

    Mass(beaker) = Mass(Beaker + product) - Mass (product)

    So Mass(Beaker) = 32g - 27g = 5g

    So your answer is "A. 5g."

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  2. The answer is a "5g"
    the whole QC is
    1.A
    2.D
    3.B
    4.C

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  3. Dude is correct. 100%

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  4. 100% Dude is right.

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  5. dude is the savier of the day

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