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How do i use energy coupling to work out how many molecules of ATP dG =-55 kJ/mol needed to make a peptide bond dG = +25 kJ/mol

i don't really understand how to go about this do i need atp to activate the amino acids how can i calculate this??

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    d being delta the triangle btw any help would be by me appreciated

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