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Consider the chemical equation CH4 + 2 O2 → CO2 + 2 H2O. In this equation, CH4 is a A. product B. reactant C. displacement

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    @ThisShouldFeelLikeFire please post chemistry's questions in Chemistry. Nevertheless I'll help you on this one \[CH_4+2O_2\to CO_2+ 2H_2O\] Terms left to the arrow mark are reactants. Terms right to the arrow mark are products. What do you think \(CH_4\) is ?

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    Fule and b

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