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# 7.4 Gram Of A Metal Hydroxide On Heating Gives 5.6 G Of Metal Oxide. Calculate The Equivalent Weight Of The Metal.

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### Solution

Correct option is

20

or

or                   1.8 E = 36

or                         E = 20

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