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a) 14, 11, 10

b) 28,11,10

c) 20, 10, 10

The answer is C) but i dont understand how to get there... can anyone help me get started?

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a) 14, 11, 10

b) 28,11,10

c) 20, 10, 10

The answer is C) but i dont understand how to get there... can anyone help me get started?

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There will be 10 parts (grams or tons, or pounds, etc...) of N, 11 parts of P and 14 parts of K. Convert that to moles using units that you are familiar with.

a) 14, 11, 10

b) 28,11,10

c) 20, 10, 10

The answer is C) but i dont understand how to get there... can anyone help me get started?

Hint: Don't use tons...

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