Problem: Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct:   i. The formula for magnesium phosphate would be Mg 2(PO4).   ii. The formula for lead (IV) carbonate would be Pb(CO3)2.   iii. The formula for cadmium bromide is CdBr2.A) i onlyB) ii onlyC) iii onlyD) ii and iiiE) i and iii

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Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct:

   i. The formula for magnesium phosphate would be Mg 2(PO4).

   ii. The formula for lead (IV) carbonate would be Pb(CO3)2.

   iii. The formula for cadmium bromide is CdBr2.

A) i only

B) ii only

C) iii only

D) ii and iii

E) i and iii

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