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Balance the photosynthesis equation:
CO2+ H2O-> C6H12O6+ O2
Which i think this is Balanced:
6CO2 + 6H2O + energy-> C6H12O6 + 6O2 ?

The question is this:
According to the balanced equation __________ moles of carbon dioxide will react with _________moles of water to produce _________moles of sugar and ________ moles of oxygen.

PLEAS HELP!!! i been trying on this one problem since 3 pm it's now 12:31 am/:

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