# How is a mole ratio used in stoichiometry?

## Problem 9.1.3 Chapter 9.1

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Problem 9.1.3

How is a mole ratio used in stoichiometry?

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9/6/17 Sig figs: 7.325g 130g + 10.1g + 5.0g 17.4g 135.0g Muti/division: the answer should have no more decimal places than the nuber calculation with the fewest decimal places. 7.325cm * 10.1cm 73.9825 cm^2 = 74.0 cm^2 5.32 – 0.7 / 25 = 0.1848  0.18 ^ 4.62 73.21 * 0.10 = 7.3  Scientific Notation: ­Avogadro’s...

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