A saturated solution of an unknown solid reacted with AgNO3 to give a pale yellow precipitate and also reacted with Pb(NO3)2 to give a white precipitate. Based on only these two results, you can conclude that the unknown solid contains which anion? Write the correct balanced equations for the reaction of the anion with each of these reagents.

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A saturated solution of an unknown solid reacted with AgNO3 to give a pale yellow precipitate and also reacted with Pb(NO3)2 to give a white precipitate. Based on only these two results, you can conclude that the unknown solid contains which anion? Write the correct balanced equations for the reaction of the anion with each of these reagents.

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