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Jenny places a strip of pH paper into a solution. When she removes the pH paper, it has turned yellow-green. What should Jenny do next to determine the pH of her solution? place the pH paper into a machine that reads the pH of the solution compare the pH paper's color with the color of pH paper from another solution use a different testing method because the pH paper should not change colors compare the pH paper's color with a chart of colors and pH ranges

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