1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data MgSO4*xH20 mass of hydrated comlex (g) - 6.32 mass of anhydrous complex (g) - 3.54 mass of water (g) - 2.78 MolarMass MgSO4 = 120.38g/mol MolarMass H2O = 18.02g/mol Based on those results, determine the molecular formula of the hydrate. 2. Relevant equations n=m/M 3. The attempt at a solution nMgSO4 = 3.54/120.38 ---> 0.0294068782189733 nH2O = 2.78/18.02 ----> 0.1542730299667037 then to find the multiplier I must divide by the lowest mol; 0.0294068782189733/0.0294068782189733 = 1 0.1542730299667037/0.0294068782189733 = 5.246154617907276 / 5.25 therefore, for every MgSO4, there is 5.25H2O Molecular formula: Mg4SO16*21H2O (since our teacher asks for integers only) is this correct, or is it incorrect, help please!!!