Problem associated to vapour pressure

Provide solution of this question. 60 gm of Urea (Mol. wt 60) was dissolved in 9.9 moles, of water. If the vapour pressure of pure water is P0 , the vapour pressure of solution is:(a) 0.10P0 (b) 1.10P0 (c) 0.90P0 (d) 0.99P0

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