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In a titration of HCl and NaOH, the equivalence point data yields M a V a = M b V b , M is molarity, V is volume, a is the acid, and b is the base.

In a titration of HCl and NaOH, the equivalence point data yields MaVa = MbVb, M is molarity, V is volume, a is the acid, and b is the base. Calculate the [NaOH] and its error given the following equivalence point data: Ma = 0.1024±0.0007 M, Va = 24.75±0.05 mL and Vb = 25.00±0.06 mL

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