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mdrulorPredictprovide coefficients to balance. Use chemical formula subscripts to denote stateof each reactant and product. Assume all reactants are in aqueous solution.products, writing correct formula for each reactant and product, thenHCC2 (a) sodium carbonate + hydrochloric acid ->kr (DH(b) potassium hydroxide + hydrobromic acid1 22C)sodium chloride + sodium carbonate(d) lead (r)nitrate +soofum oride(e) sodium sulfate + barium chloride ->MTND7((f) sodium carbonate+ calcium chloride ->(g)potassium hydroxide + magnesium nitrate →2 (h) sodium sulfate+ copper (II) nitrate -T1 -+2 2ag)(i)hydrochloric acid + potassium hydrogen carbonate05G) strontium nitrate + potassium phosphate

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Not understanding the balancing of formulas or the the complete ionic and net ionic equations. 

mdrulor
Predict
provide coefficients to balance. Use chemical formula subscripts to denote state
of each reactant and product. Assume all reactants are in aqueous solution.
products, writing correct formula for each reactant and product, then
HCC
2 (a) sodium carbonate + hydrochloric acid ->
kr (DH
(b) potassium hydroxide + hydrobromic acid
1 22
C)sodium chloride + sodium carbonate
(d) lead (r)nitrate +soofum oride
(e) sodium sulfate + barium chloride ->
MTN
D7(
(f) sodium carbonate+ calcium chloride ->
(g)
potassium hydroxide + magnesium nitrate →
2 (h) sodium sulfate+ copper (II) nitrate -
T1 -
+2 2
ag)
(i)
hydrochloric acid + potassium hydrogen carbonate
05
G) strontium nitrate + potassium phosphate
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mdrulor Predict provide coefficients to balance. Use chemical formula subscripts to denote state of each reactant and product. Assume all reactants are in aqueous solution. products, writing correct formula for each reactant and product, then HCC 2 (a) sodium carbonate + hydrochloric acid -> kr (DH (b) potassium hydroxide + hydrobromic acid 1 22 C)sodium chloride + sodium carbonate (d) lead (r)nitrate +soofum oride (e) sodium sulfate + barium chloride -> MTN D7( (f) sodium carbonate+ calcium chloride -> (g) potassium hydroxide + magnesium nitrate → 2 (h) sodium sulfate+ copper (II) nitrate - T1 - +2 2 ag) (i) hydrochloric acid + potassium hydrogen carbonate 05 G) strontium nitrate + potassium phosphate

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