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    1.) What is the net ionic equation for the reaction of AgBr with a strong acid?

    2.) What is the net ionic equation for the reaction of NaCl with a strong base?

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    Let's consider AgBr with HNO3 for instance since we know that HNO3 is a strong acid and let's set up the equation to see what happens:

    AgBr +HNO3 ==> Ag(NO3) + HBr this is an exchange reaction. Now we know that AgBr is not a soluble solid and that all the rest are soluble compounds (HNO3, Ag(NO3), and HBr) and ...

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    This solution provides a solution in approximately 236 words on finding the net ionic equations through explanation and chemical equations.