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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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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?

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.

Hint: Don't use tons...

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