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When a solution is diluted with water, the ratio of the initial to final volumes of solution is equal to the ratio of final to initial molarities.

true or false?

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  1. Say we want to dilute a 1 M solution from 10 to 100 mL. The final concn will be
    1M x (10/100) = 0.1M

    10 is initial volume.
    100 is final volume
    1M = initial M
    0.1M is final M
    So plug in the numbers from the example problem I've worked and see if the statement is true or false.

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