We have a \(1 \text{ L}\) solution containing \(0.05 \text{ M}\) of \(\text{HF}\) and \(0.2 \text{ M}\) of \(\text{CH}_3 \text{COOH} \). If the \(\text{pH}\) of the solution is denoted by \(P\), then what is the value of \( \lfloor 100P \rfloor \)?

\( \text{pK}_a\) of \(\text{CH}_3 \text{COOH} \) is \( 4.75\), and \(\text{pK}_a\) of \(\text{HF} \) is \( 3.2 \)

No approximations please, also please use wolfram alpha for calculations that can't be done with pen and paper.

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