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Consider the following balanced equation:
2N2H4(g)+N2O4(g)→3N2(g)+4H2O(g)
Complete the following table showing the appropriate number of moles of reactants and products. If the number of moles of a reactant is provided, fill in the required amount of the other reactant, as well as the moles of each product formed. If the number of moles of a product is provided, fill in the required amount of each reactant to make that amount of product, as well as the amount of the other product that is made.

Mol N2H4 Mol N2O4 Mol N2 Mol H2O
2 __1___ __3___ ___4__
_____ 9 _____ _____
__9___ _4.5____ __14__ 18
3.5 __1.8___ _5.3__ __7___
_____ 3.6 _____ ____
___9.67__ __4.83___ 14.5 _ 19.3____

I just need help with row 2 and 5 please

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  1. 2N2H4(g)+N2O4(g)→3N2(g)+4H2O(g)
    ...2......1.......3.......4
    ...x......9.......y.......z
    (2)18.....9.......27......36
    (3).......
    (4).......
    (5) x....3.6......y.......z
    ..2*3.6..3.6....3*3.6...4*3.6

    I agree with 1
    I did 2.
    Disagree with 3. I think that 14 should be 13.5 assuming 4.5 is the starting number.
    Disagree with 4.
    I did 5.
    I disagree with 6.

    If you will provide the starting number for 1,3,4,6 I will check them for you. I may chosen a number you didn't start with.

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