chemistry lab

so i'm trying to finish my lab and im trying to solve for the concentration, and the lab handout says "remember all the cl- from the original sample ended up in 100 mL of solution"

The concentration i solved for (from my graph) was 9.8 ppm Cl....how would i use a dilution factor to account for that statement???

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  1. I don't want to appear dumb but how am I supposed to know what you did?

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  2. yeah sorry lol we made standards of solutions that were all diluted equally of 100 ppm, 10 ppm and 1 ppm solutions of Cl- and so we graphed that to get the cl- in a sample, which was the 9.8 ppm but that was in a diluted sample i guess? maybe it would be 50/100 dilution factor

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