i need help determining if there are no solution, one solution l, or an infinite number of solutions.

i need help determining if there are no solution, one solution l, or an infinite number of solutions.

I need help figuring out if there are no solutions, one solution or an infinite number of solutions.

A student prepares a 250 ml of 1.35 M solution of magnesium chloride for an experiment. His lab partner accidentally dilutes the solution with an additional 125 ml of water

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Dissolved oxygen gas levels in a polluted lake have dipped dangerously low to a concentration of 8.023•10^-4 M

Sulphuric acid is sold in standard stock solutions of concentration 14.5M. A teacher needs to prepare 175 ml of a 2.3M solution of sulphuric acid.

Using the numbers 2,5,6 how can I get a total of 14. You can only use the numbers once.

Using characteristics of solubility to determine a solution?

x2+x-12

Explain ‘chemical equilibrium’ and ‘Le Chatelier’s principle’ ,respectively.Now changes of the reaction conditions A or B are given to the chemical reaction eq.①. Which direction does the chemical...

Y=3x-4 -3y=-9x+12

An experiment calls for 50 mL of a 0.5 M aqueous solution of sodium hydrogen carbonate. Describe how you would make up such a solution?

How do I know if this has One, Two, or No Real Solution? -3x^2 + 5x - 1 = 0

WHAT IS THE EFFECT ON BOILING POINT AND VAPOUR PRESSURE IN AZEOTROPIC MIXTURES?

Calculate the boiling point, in degrees celsius (°C), of a 4.2mole/kg aqueous solution of Al(NO3)3. Assume you are at sea level. Round your answer to three significant figures. Include the unit in...

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It is from the chapter solutions

A chemist needs 4 liters of a 12% acid solution. He has a 10% solution and a 20% solution available to form the mixture. How much of each should be used to form the 12% solution?

How much solution do I need to get 30% of solution of 200 gallons.

What would you expect to see in a beaker containing a solution of the weak electrolyte acetic acid (CH3COOH), and in a separate beaker containing a solution of the strong electrolyte Potassium Chloride...