I purchased a small 10-gallon Glofish tank for my daughter and admittedly did not do the proper research before acclimating and putting 6 Glofish Tetras into the tank. We lost four within a few hours and another the next day. We're on day three now, and the lone survivor seems to be acting healthy, even though I know there is most likely a high level of stress. I did some reading and realized that I should have done more research regarding tank cycling and acclimation. My main goal now is to save the remaining fish and get the tank cycled. I'm looking for some assistance to get me through this process as there is so much conflicting information out there. The temperature of the tank is around 79-80 degrees, and I've posted a photo of the water test results from last night. Products I currently have on hand include Seachem Prime, Stability, and Neutral Regulator. I'd appreciate it if someone would be kind enough to walk me through the process that will lead to the highest likelihood of the fish surviving. Thank you!