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It is in fact basic. Because hydroxide ions are formed from the reaction of BaO with water, you know that it is a basic oxide. If it were to form a bronsted acid instead of these hydroxide ions, you would then know that it is instead an acidic oxide. One easy way to remember this is that metal oxides are typically formed from metals.
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