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Medal A very potent acid is diluted for use in educational laboratories by a ratio of 1:12. The diluted solution is then further diluted by the lab technician using a ratio of 3:8. Determine the overall dilution ratio (in lowest terms), and the number of mL of the initial acid in 1 L of the final, twice-diluted solution
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Lynfran She's like a certified genius I guess

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anonymous
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@LynFran
anonymous
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Got any idea
LynFran
  • LynFran
just add 1:12 + 3:8 =4:20 which can be reduce by 4 to get 1: 5 lol im not suppose to be given direct answer....
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You so smart
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oh thank you soo much
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