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I am having a little trouble with the following chemistry problem: Calculate the mass-to-mass ratio of 25.0 g of salt in 105 g of water. Work must be...

I am having a little trouble with the following chemistry problem:

Calculate the mass-to-mass ratio of 25.0 g of salt in 105 g of water. Work must be shown in order to earn credit.


Would I simply calculate the mass of salt to water = 25/105 = .238 g salt/water?

Or is it asking for mass percent? = (25/130) x 100 = 19.23%


Any help would be appreciated!

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