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I'm working on some College Level chemistry, trying to "Calculate the molar solubility of lead thiocyanate in pure water. The molar solubility is the maximum amount of lead thiocyanate the solution can hold." I've gotten the equation pinpointed to: .000005=(x^2)x and now i need assistance solving for x... I know this may be a simple solution, but being a Science major I haven't taken any math courses in over a year and I have forgotten a lot of the tricks associated with the subject. Please offer any assistance.
 
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