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I've been trying to figure this problem out for atleast an hour, I just don't understand how to get the volume. I can't find any examples of such problems in my textbooks, only problems to get the mass, not volume.

Here's the question verbatim:

I don't really even know where to go from there. I guess you would need the amount of grams in .25M of H

Maybe if someone could just rewrite the question using different terms I would understand it. It doesn't even seem like it's written in english to me. Particularly the "

Thanks for the help

Here's the question verbatim:

The molecular weight of HWhat volume (mL) of 6.0M H_{2}SO_{4}should be taken in order to prepare 50.0 mL of a solution which is 0.25M in H_{2}SO_{4}?

_{2}SO_{4}is 98.078amu (g/mol)I don't really even know where to go from there. I guess you would need the amount of grams in .25M of H

_{2}SO_{4}, which is 24.520g. But how the heck do you get volume? You would need the density, wouldn't you?Maybe if someone could just rewrite the question using different terms I would understand it. It doesn't even seem like it's written in english to me. Particularly the "

*which is 0.25M in H*" part._{2}SO_{4}Thanks for the help

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