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- Mass of a precipitate

I have a question related to solubility and Ksp in a chemical reaction. I don't want to seek answers to a specific homework problem, but I'm genuinely stuck and seeking a deeper understanding of the concept. Can someone please explain the process for determining the mass of a precipitate in a given scenario when considering the solubility product constant (Ksp)? I'm not sure how to proceed, and I'm looking for guidance on the general approach.

This specifically is the question I have been having some problems with:

How many grams of precipitate would we have if

50 mL of 0.200 mol/L CH3COONa is mixed with

200 mL 0.100 mol/L AgNO3?

This specifically is the question I have been having some problems with:

How many grams of precipitate would we have if

50 mL of 0.200 mol/L CH3COONa is mixed with

200 mL 0.100 mol/L AgNO3?