A solution containing calcium nitrate is mixed with one containing potassium sulfate to form a solution that is 0.0100 M in
Ca(NO3)2 and 0.00250 M in K2SO4. Which of the following accurately describes what occurs when the new solution forms?
Calcium sulfate precipitates.
Potassium nitrate precipitates.
Both calcium sulfate and potassium nitrate precipitate.
No precipitate forms.
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