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For the following reaction:
A + 3B ¨ 4C

Which of the following provides the direct link between the amount of reactant A and the amount of product C?

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    You didn't provide any choices but the correct answer is the coefficients for A and C. The balanced equation tells you that 1 mol A will produce 4 mols C IF there is enough B present.

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    the coefficients provide a direct link

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