What is the ksp of AgNO3?
Ksp= [Products]^mole ratio
Since you didnt provide any numerical values, that's as far as you can go. You can look for known Ksp values at certain temperatures in some AP Chemistry books or online.
If AgNO3 solution is added to a solution containing Br ions until the silver ion concentration is 1.3x10-6 what is the Br ion concentration The ksp for AgBr is 5.2x10-23?
What is the relationship between Ksp and the product of ion concentrations in terms of determining whether a solution if those ions is saturated?
Balanced equation first! AgNO3 + NaCl -> AgCl + NaNO3 all one to one, get moles AgNO3 3.82 moles NaCl (1 mole AgNO3/1 mole NaCl) = 3.82 moles AgNO3 ------------------------------- Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution 0.117 M AgNO3 = 3.82 moles AgNO3/Liters Liters = 3.82/0.117 = 32.6 Liters which is 32600 milliliters which is unreasonable; check answer if you can