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What is the percent by weight of nacl if 1.75gm of nacl is dissolved in 58.5gm of water.

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  1. 1.75 / (58.5 + 1.75)

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    posted by Scott
  2. For percent, multiply the above by 100.

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    posted by DrBob222

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