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In order to find the original solution's concentration of OH-, use the diluted concentration that you found in part ai) and find how many mols of OH- are really in the diluted solution. Then use this number of mols of OH- and divide it by 5.00mL to find the original concentration. This works because the number of moles in dilutions will not change.
for part b, you want to use the concentration of the original solution (answer to part aii) which is the concentration of OH- of the original solution. Using this information, you can use the OH- concentration to find the mols of OH- in that 200mL solution. using the mols of OH-, you can convert it into mols of NaOH and then Na2O and then convert to grams
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