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Nine grams of pure drug are in 100 ml of solution. What is the percent strength of solution?

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1. The percent strength is calculated by taking the mass of the drug and dividing by the total volume of the solution, then multiplying by 100.

P = \left( \frac{m}{V} \right) \times 100

2. For this problem:

m = 9 \, \text{grams}

V = 100 \, \text{ml}

3. Substitute the given values into the formula:

P = \left( \frac{9}{100} \right) \times 100

4. Simplify:

P = 9\%

Therefore, the percent strength of solution is

P = 9\%

2. For this problem:

3. Substitute the given values into the formula:

4. Simplify:

Therefore, the percent strength of solution is

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