# Integrated Science

Equal quantities of a strong acid and a strong base are mixed together, forming a solution.

What is the pH of the solution?

A).close to 7
B).less than 7
C).greater than 7
D).close to 0

I believe the answer is C). Is this correct?

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1. Wouldn't the base and acid cancel each other out?

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2. Doesn't that depend on what the PH of the acid is?

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3. From your data, I would assume that the PH of both are of equal strength.

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4. just took test answer is D

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5. d is not the correct answer

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6. I would like to say that it is not “less than 7”, though I’m a year late:)

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7. OKAY I HAVE THE ANSWER!! It is “close to 7”. I guessed and got it right so, you’re welcome:)

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