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So what you are asking for is complete help with on how to use your cell phone, right? If so do one of the following: 1.Read your owner's manual. Or 2. Go to this website(http://europe.nokia.com/A4144105) to learn how to use your phone via flash tutorials and you can also download a manual get product support. Their is also a faqs page for the most commonly asked questions as well a page for software available to use on or with your phone. I hope this helps. Good Luck!

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HI Harry Clark I will tell you the best place to get any user manual is on the manufacture's site. Go to www.samsung.com and put in your phone model. Download it to your PC or you can print it out . Tip about printing out manuals is that you can down load the pdf file an save it on your PC. This is a big time saver. Your other choice is go on the phone and type in the make and model and it will come up with a lot of sites you can go to for the manual. Some of the galaxy phones have the newer software installed on it and it will be different from what you are used.

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I need to be sure what you meant by the m symbol: M or m. The first is used for molarity and the latter for molality. If it is molality we do need to know the masses per unit volume for the solutions (the so-called densities)

However if you meant 2.5 M and 0.3 M, then the problem is readily solved. I 'll take a step by step method.
2.50 M means that the original solution contains 2.5 mol of solute per 1 L of solution. Let x be the volume of the solution.
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