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What is the molarity of a nitric acid solution prepared by diluting 1.5L of 3.00M HNO3 to a total volume of 2.50L? Is the correct answer 1.8M or do I have to do more???

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  1. The answer is 1.8 M but since you didn't show how you obtained that answer I don't know if you need to do more or not.

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