chem, balance

Gaseous CO2 decomposes to form the gases CO and O2.

Will it be CO2--> CO+O2
or CO+O2-->CO2?

I know the solution above isn't balanced yet. I just have add the 2 behind CO2 and CO to make it balanced.

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  1. It is the first one.

  2. Need 25.25 g of each reactant for CO2 +O2 + CO2

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