Has anyone got a good way of balancing the typical BMAT question. I try the algebraic method but it ends up being fairly time consuming.
i.e. the below question I ended up guessing:
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[BMAT] Technique of balancing chemical equations quickly watch
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Last edited by MarkLane_9; 23-10-2017 at 17:55.
- 23-10-2017 17:53
- 30-10-2017 17:25
I don't know about the algrbraic method, but I managed to get answer B (11). I looked to see which element I knew the exact number of, which was K on the left hand side, so I balanced the potassium, then the S, then O and then H just to check.