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Write and balance each of the following equations, and then identify each by type.
a) copper+chlorine-->copper(ll)chloride
b) calcium chlorate--->calcium chloride+oxygen
c)lithium+water--->lithium hydroxide+hydrogen
d)lead(ll)carbonate--->lead(ll)oxide+carbon dioxide
I don't know how I would even start this question and I have a test soon. Please help! Thanks in advance.:)

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  1. You start by knowing the types of chemical reactions.
    Do you know what they are?
    synthesis
    single replacement
    decomposition
    double replacement.

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  2. What do the parentheses mean like for example in lead(ll)oxide, though?

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  3. See your other post above.

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