- Ok, sure. um... I'm confused about the first question, how do you do it?
- The question is 2N3 + C2 -> 2C + 3N2. To do this, you would have to multiply the coefficient with the subscript and since the answer is 6, then that means there are 6 nitrogen, and there should be 6 nitrogen on the product side.
- Let's start off by finishing exercise 1, and since we don't have enough time, you should know how to do exercise 2.
- You would have to also multiply for carbon, so since there is no coefficient on the reactants side, but there is a subscript, then that means that there is just 2 carbon, same thing for the product side, so there is a coefficient, but no subscript, but since the coefficient is 2, then that means that there are 2 carbon.
- Ohhh, ok, I get it now.
- Oh, looks like to tutor session just ended, I should get going. But I hope you know how to calculate these problems. Good luck!
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