Problem: Two samples of potassium iodide are decomposed into their constituent elements. The first sample produced 13.0 g of potassium and 42.3 g of iodine. If the second sample produced 24.4 kg of potassium, how many kg of iodine were produced?A) 13.3 kgB) 22.5 kgC) 79.4 kgD) 44.4 kgE) 92.4 kg

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Two samples of potassium iodide are decomposed into their constituent elements. The first sample produced 13.0 g of potassium and 42.3 g of iodine. If the second sample produced 24.4 kg of potassium, how many kg of iodine were produced?

A) 13.3 kg

B) 22.5 kg

C) 79.4 kg

D) 44.4 kg

E) 92.4 kg

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