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# How many grams are in 0.75 moles of water?

Molar mass of water is 18gmol-1. so there are 13.5 grams.

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To solve this, first convert 7.5% to a decimal: 7.5% = .075. Next, multiply 17.99 by .075:17.99 x .075 = \$1.35So, 7.5% off of \$17.99 is \$1.35 off, or \$17.99 - \$1.35 = \$16.64

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