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See the above solution. There is some difference between the two Ka values. This means there is some error in taking the data.
But it is ok. Some small error will always be there. Just confirm once more that the data are correct.
 


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hey thank you so much and i have got the same answers as yours by the different method  but i have written down this method too.
Thanks again :) 

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Thanks in advance:)

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Show the same H atom bonded to both N atoms. It will be covalently bonded to one N atom (solid line) and hydrogen bonded to another N atom (dashed line). Draw as shown below:-
 

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Answer to the last problem:
In the last problem you need three compounds. I am giving their structures below.
 
 
 

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Hey only the first part in the last question is right and all other answers are wrong
 for q#1 i don't have any tools to draw a dashed bond so is there any other way to do it?

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Answer to #1 is correct. If there is no tool to make dashed bond, then see what tool is there to make hydrogen bonding. Use that.
 
 

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