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Explain how the information in a chemical formula can be used to determine how much of a particular element is present in a given amount of a compound. Provide some examples of how this might be useful.

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Section 1.1 – Section 1.3 Physics Ice, Ether, Wind A A B C C No Prefix: mega kilo mili micro nano Abbr: M k m u n Si Units: Table 1-5 Significant figures Scientific Notation Converting Units Dimension Analysis Section 1.1 – Section 1.3 Physics Ice, Ether, Wind A A B C C No Prefix: mega kilo mili micro nano Abbr: M k m u n Si Units: Table 1-5 Significant figures Scientific Notation Converting Units Dimension Analysis

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