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Well, it depends on what you’re talking about, exactly. For instance, if you are talking about pure phosphorus, then the value we ended up with after going through all of the necessary calculations is 1.306 * 10-3 moles of phosphorus. The actual value I got when determining it was 0.001306 moles of phosphorus, but writing it the other way made it much easier to fit on the table, and it is simply more appealing to look at. On the other hand, if you are more concerned with the amount of P2O5 that obtained from the experiment and our calculations, then the value we received is 0.0927 grams of P2O5, which would mean that our results say that 9.27 percent of the sample of plant food we tested is P2O5. However, this is not the value the plant food label gives us. According to the description that tells us the components of the plant food on the back of the box, there should only be 8 percent P2O5. Due to this, we have a percentage error estimated to be 15.9