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No. Strong acids and weak acids are determined by bond length for binary compounds and electron-withdrawing power. An exception to the trend you noticed is H2SO4, which when it dissociates, becomes HSO4-, but is still a strong acid.
No, bond lengths are what determine strong acids (long) and weak acids (short). Also the rule that it'll be weak if it has an extra H won't suffice because H2SO4 dissociates to HSO4- and it is still a strong acid. A weak acid is usually organic compounds whihc have C and H.
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