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For a Michaelis-Menten reaction, k1 = 5 x 107 M-1s-1, k-1 = 2 x 104s-1, and k2 = 4 x 102s-1. Calculate KS and KM for this reaction. Does substrate binding achieve equilibrium or the steady state?

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