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how many grams of a 32% potassium sulfate solution would contain 292.2 g potassium sulfate? I need help with this and the answer has to be in grams.

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    Molar mass of KSO4 = 348.68g/mol 292.2g(1mol/348.68g) = moles of KSO4 moles of KSO4 / .32 = moles of KSO4 in total solution (Just divided by percent a decimal since Total Solution * .32 = moles of KSO4) moles of KSO4 in total solution * molar mass of KSO4 = grams of KSO4 in solution I got a little of 900g as my final answer.

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