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Solution: A solution has a pH of 3 and another has a pH of 7. What is true? (a) The pH 3 has more Hydrogen ions than the pH7 and is an acid. (b) The pH 7 is neutral and has more H+ ions than the pH3. (c) pH 3 i

Problem

A solution has a pH of 3 and another has a pH of 7. What is true? 

(a) The pH 3 has more Hydrogen ions than the pH7 and is an acid. 

(b) The pH 7 is neutral and has more H+ ions than the pH3. 

(c) pH 3 is a base and pH 7 is neutral