Problem: When comparing acids with a formula HA, where A can be any one element, what is the trend in terms of acid strength? A. Increases as A goes toward the top, left of the periodic table B. Increases as A goes toward the top, right of the periodic table C. Increases as A goes toward the bottom, left of the periodic table D. Increases as A goes toward the bottom, right of the periodic table

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When comparing acids with a formula HA, where A can be any one element, what is the trend in terms of acid strength?

A. Increases as A goes toward the top, left of the periodic table

B. Increases as A goes toward the top, right of the periodic table

C. Increases as A goes toward the bottom, left of the periodic table

D. Increases as A goes toward the bottom, right of the periodic table

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