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Write the balanced equation for vandadium (II) oxide with iron (III) oxide results in vanadium (V) oxide and iron (II) oxide.

2VO + Fe2O3 - V2O5 + 6FeO2

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  1. iron(II) oxide is FeO and the equation as you have written it is not balanced. (check the Fe--2 on left and 6 on right. O is not balanced either. 5 on left and 17 on right.
    2VO + 3Fe2O3 -> V2O5 + 6FeO

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