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A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker. A solid and a new liquid formed. The student forgot to write down the mass of one of the reactansts. The rest of the data are shown in the table below.
Table
Mass (g)
Liquid reactant A/ unknown
Liquid reactant B/ 9.0
Liquid product/8.0
Solid product/ 12.0
What is the mass of liquid reactant A?
A. 1.0 g
B. 8.0 g
C. 9.0 g
D. 11.0 g
D. 20.0 g
Is the answer A?
Thank you

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  1. Nope. final mass of 20 g has to equal the initial masses of reactants.

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    bobpursley
  2. E?

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  3. what is the answer?!?!
    I really need to know! Help!

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  4. THe answer is 11.0. 8.0+12.0=20.0. 20-9(mass of b)=11

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  5. I need to know this. It's on my test! Please give the correct answer.

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  6. Cheaters!!! Connections academy!!! Im reporting you all!!!!!!!

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  7. You do know you are considered a cheater for being on the website too Jasmine

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  8. lol Jasmine

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  9. if you don't use your real name how do they now who's on here

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  10. omg you people crack me up

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  11. The correct answer is D

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  12. Natural sciences and technology

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  13. They can report you jasmine for reporting them for something because if your on here your cheating too and this same question was on a public school test btw

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  14. you got caught fool

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  15. I just read these when I need to laugh

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  16. |CONNECTIONS ACADEMY| ON THE SAME TEXT WHAT WAS THE ANWSER FOR #8?

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  17. This convo is hilaRIOUS hahaha Jasmine, honey aren't you cheating too? You're here aren't you? Why are you here if you aren't cheating??

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  18. What are the answers to the whole test!?!!?

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  19. people if you give the answer be like A.Nony.Mouse bc they actually explained it and its helped a LOT

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  20. Matthew 19:14 Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” God bless you all :D

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