A2 Chem - Overall Chemical Equation?

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I have this question:
A reaction occurred in the following steps:
A + B -> C (Slow)
C -> E + F (Fast)

What is the overall chemical equation for the reaction?

I think I'm over-complicating this quite a lot but I really don't know what the question is asking for...

Any help appreciated!
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A+B -> E+F as C is created and consumed by the reaction. It can't appear in the overall equation.
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(Original post by Killjoy-)
A+B -> E+F as C is created and consumed by the reaction. It can't appear in the overall equation.
Thank-you! That is actually really simple...I have a real knack for over-complicating things!
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