chemistry

Substance A and substance B react to form substance C as described by the equation: A + B ↔ C
If only substance A and substance B are placed in an enclosed vessel and allowed to react what would the reaction be?

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  1. I'm lost I guess. Why would it not be
    A + B <--> C

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