Chemistry - double replacement +balancing equation

CuSO4 + Na2CO3 <->

I don't know how to do this :( somebody help me :( i think its

CuSO4 + Na2CO3 <-> Cu3(CO3)2 + Na2SO4

I have no idea how to balance this. Heelllppp

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  1. it will balance if you write the correct formula for copper(II) carbonate: CuCO3

  2. naso4+cu2co3 double repacement

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