Problem: Express your answer as a chemical formula.a. Write a formula for the compound that forms from potassium and acetate. b. Write a formula for the compound that forms from potassium and chromate. c. Write a formula for the compound that forms from potassium and phosphate. d. Write a formula for the compound that forms from potassium and cyanide. e. Write a formula for the compound that forms from calcium and hydroxide. f. Write a formula for the compound that forms from calcium and carbonate. g. Write a formula for the compound that forms from calcium and phosphate. h. Write a formula for the compound that forms from calcium and hydrogen phosphate.

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Express your answer as a chemical formula.

a. Write a formula for the compound that forms from potassium and acetate.

b. Write a formula for the compound that forms from potassium and chromate.

c. Write a formula for the compound that forms from potassium and phosphate.

d. Write a formula for the compound that forms from potassium and cyanide.

e. Write a formula for the compound that forms from calcium and hydroxide.

f. Write a formula for the compound that forms from calcium and carbonate.

g. Write a formula for the compound that forms from calcium and phosphate.

h. Write a formula for the compound that forms from calcium and hydrogen phosphate.

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