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Asked Mar 10, 2020

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Could you explain in detail as to how we get the correct answer? And could you explain how I am supposed to know my answer is correct afterward? (Can I use my scientific calculator or is there a formula I should know to check my answer?)

Thanks

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The reaction in which the number of the atoms involved in reactants is equal to number of atoms in product is a balanced chemical reaction.

The reaction has to be balanced before the calculation.

The balanced reaction is given below.

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