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Solution: Consider the following table:Selected Solubility Product Constants (Ksp) at 25 ˚CCompoundFomulaKspBarium fluorideBaF22.45 x 10-5Calcium fluorideCaF21.46 x 10-10Calcium hydroxideCa(OH)24.68 x 10-6Iron(


Consider the following table:
Selected Solubility Product Constants (Ksp) at 25 ˚C

Barium fluorideBaF22.45 x 10-5
Calcium fluorideCaF21.46 x 10-10
Calcium hydroxideCa(OH)24.68 x 10-6
Iron(II) hydroxideFe(OH)24.87 x 10-17
Lead(II) chloridePbCl21.17 x 10-5
Lead(II) bromidePbBr24.67 x 10-6
Magnesium hydroxideMg(OH)22.06 x 10-13
Do the numerical values suggest that the compound is soluble or insoluble?