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    Please can someone help me with this question, how do i find the mean rate of reaction Name:  image.jpg
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    Consider the unit for mean rate of reaction, \text{s}^{-1}10^2. This is the same as \frac{100}{\text{s}}.

    Note than the unit for the mean time is \text{s}. Based upon my suggestion, how do you think you get the mean rate of reaction.
 
 
 
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