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    I can do questions in the format of:
    1.4g of nitrogen combined with 0.30g of oxygen

    But I really can't get my head around these types of questions:
    0.69g of sodium forms 0.93g of an oxide of sodium
    0.24g of carbon combines with 0.64g of oxygen

    Any help, as little as possible would be appreciated
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    "0.69g of sodium forms 0.93g of an oxide of sodium"
    So there'll be 0.69g of Na, and 0.93g-0.69g = 0.24g of O

    "0.24g of carbon combines with 0.64g of oxygen"
    Surely this is the same as the first question format you mentioned?
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    Thanks. Exactly what I needed, 1^ for you...
 
 
 
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