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Given: Volume of citric acid solution (V1) = 25.00 mL Volume of KOH solution (V2) = 28.12 mL Normality of KOH solution (N2) = 0.1718 N Required: Concentration of citric acid solution in normality (N1) Equation: Using the normality equation: N1 × V1 = N2 × V2 Solution: Rearrange the equation to find N1: N1 = N2 × V2 / V1 N1 = (0.1718 N) × (28.12 mL) / (25.00 mL) Answer: N1 = 0.1957 N So, the concentration of the citric acid solution is 0.20 N (rounded to two decimal places).

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