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It's not a kc question.

You have already worked out the answer!
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It's not a kc question.

You have already worked out the answer!
i looked at the markscheme but how is it 2x
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i looked at the markscheme but how is it 2x
Look at your line of working above the balanced equation ...
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Look at your line of working above the balanced equation ...
i wrote that after i looked at the markscheme, the point of this post was for someone to show me how they would get 2x so if your not going to explain how you would get 2x then please get off this post
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i wrote that after i looked at the markscheme, the point of this post was for someone to show me how they would get 2x so if your not going to explain how you would get 2x then please get off this post
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Think of it this way:

Since you need 1 mole of P to make 2 moles of R (as in the top equation), if you have x moles of P you will end up with 2x moles of R!
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Think of it this way:

Since you need 1 mole of P to make 2 moles of R (as in the top equation), if you have x moles of P you will end up with 2x moles of R!
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