Degree of oxydation

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    i was reviewing previous exams for my final analytical exam and i blocked at this exercise that says :

    given the standard electric potential of bromine couple : bro3- (1.47v) , hbro(1.60) br2(1.08) br- .
    determine which degree of oxydation can exist dominant in an aqueous solution at ph=0 
    so i thought of using inert potential but i dindnt know how to establish the dominant form 

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