Given the concentration of a strong base solution (assume a Group IA metal with hydroxide), what is the correct procedure to determine the pH of the solution?

A) Set concentration of the base equal to [OH ^{-}], convert to [H_{3}O^{+}] and solve for pH

B) Find K_{b} and convert to K_{a} and use a table to find the equilibrium concentration of [H _{3}O^{+}] and solve for pH

C) Set concentration of the base equal to [H _{3}O^{+}] and solve for pH

D) Use a table to find the equilibrium concentration of the conjugate acid which is equal to [H _{3}O^{+}] and solve for pH

E) Find K_{b} , and set-up a table to find the equilibrium concentration of [OH ^{-}], convert to [H_{3}O^{+}] and solve for pH

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