Chemistry

Balance the following by placing the correct coefficients in front of each formula

_____ CaO + _____ P4O10 ______ Ca3(PO4)2
All the numbers are in subscript
b. Using: ammonium nitrate → water + nitrogen I oxide, write a balanced using correct chemical formulas.

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  1. 6CaO + P4O10 ______ 2Ca3(PO4)2

    b. Using: ammonium nitrate → water + nitrogen | oxide, write a balanced using correct chemical formulas.
    Which nitrogen oxide?</b?

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