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You would look at the bond strength. For part a, HCl has a weaker bond strength than HF, which means it is a stronger acid. However, for part b, you would base the strength of the acid on the amount of oxygen atoms. HClO2 has more O atoms than HClO, which is why it is the stronger acid.
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