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posted by key .
I was way off on the other problem.
But I see how you got the answer.
Last one...thanks i'm learning more
here thn class
What is the sum of the coefficients (including “1”) of the following reaction?
Sodium sulfate + calcium hydroxide ???
Write the equation (double displacement)
Na_{2}SO_{4} + Ca(OH)sub>2 >>>> CaSO_{4} + 2NaOH
check to see if it is balanced,
Then add them.
thanks you very much.
i do not understand Ca(OH)sub >2
typo, sorry:
Na_{2}SO_{4} + Ca(OH)_{2} >>>> CaSO_{4} + 2NaOH
awesome...thank you very much!!!
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