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The set of lettered choices below refers to multiple questions. Select the one lettered choice that best fits each statement or answers each question. A choice may be used once, more than once, or not at all in each set.

A type of ion found in sodium acetate

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text X end text to the power of plus

Correct Answer: 
Yes

text X end text to the power of 2 plus end exponent

Correct Answer: 
No

text X end text to the power of 3 plus end exponent

Correct Answer: 
No

text XO end text subscript 3 text end text to the power of 2 minus end exponent

Correct Answer: 
No

text XO end text subscript 4 text end text to the power of 2 minus end exponent

Correct Answer: 
No

The chemical formula of sodium acetate is text NaC end text text end text subscript 2 end subscript text H end text text end text subscript 3 end subscript text O end text text end text subscript 2 end subscript. The sodium ion is text Na end text to the power of plus and the acetate ion is text C end text subscript 2 text H end text subscript 3 text O end text subscript 2 text end text to the power of minus. The text Na end text to the power of plus ion has the form text X end text to the power of plus.

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