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What is the percent of aluminum in Al2(SO4)3?

A. 15.8%
B. 28.1%
C. 56.7%
D. 54.0%

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  1. No. Work it out, stop guessing.

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  2. Ok done A?

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  3. A is correct at 15.77 rounded to 15.8%

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  4. Thank yo sooooo much :D

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