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Aluminum in 2g of an ore sample is determined by dissolving it and then precipitating with Al(OH)3 and igniting to Al2O3, which is weighed. What % of aluminum was in the sample if the ignited precipitate weighed 0.2385g (Al = 27, O = 16, H = 1)?

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