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Rachel J.

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Significant Figures (Help!)

How many significants figures will the final answer have? For example, is the final answer just 2 g or is it 2.421g?



Calculate the mass of NaOH that must be dissolved in exactly 1L of solution so that 38.00 mL of this solution is required to titrate to the equivalence point of a solution containing 0.2744 g of a monoprotic acid with a molar mass of 119.3 g/mol. The molar mass of NaOH is 39.997 g/mol. Give your answer in grams with the correct significant digits.


Note: I don't need help solving the problem, I am just not sure how many significant figures my final answer will have based on the details in the problem. Thank you so much.

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