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re-check the question -_-

why?

both shouldn't be h2so4

that's what I was thinking too

why not?

oh,,well, it can be, okay, let it be..

there's even a equation for same solute...called Dilutional equation...

does it give molarities for the two initial solutions? if not I haven't studied this.

no...i gave u the whole question..

Also...molarity equals

if you can't find that, I have no clue.

and I have to go now, it's 22:37 which is past my bedtime

(molarity of 1solute*its volume + m of 2nd solute*its volume)/total volume in litres

@shubhamsrg does that formula help? @Peter14 goodnight...sry to have kept you awake...

thats just the formula I wrote -_-

so? what to do?

not too sure, I wouldn't direct you wrong. Not too sure on this one.

hmm..ok..one sec there's one more..