Find the [H3O+] in a solution having [OH-] = 8.8x10^-2 M


i am almost sure i am right up to here but i don't know what to do next and i don't have a scientific calculator.. please help!!

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  1. Good lord. YOu will not pass Chemistry, nor learn it,without a scientific calculator. Just how do you plan on getting logarithms?

    PUt this in your google search window:

    1E-14 / 8.8E-2

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