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Balance: C5H12+O2--->10CO2 12H2O

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FURThest i got was 2 CH12O+ 10O2---->10CO2+ 12H20
Sorry, I mean 2C5H12O+10O2--->10CO2+12H2O
What my teacher told me years ago was to first balance the C, then O, and lastly H.

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is what i do, but somehow i can't reduce this.
Well since there is O2 without other elements with is, I guess it's best to do O last then. Let me try.
\[C _{5}H _{12}+8O _{2}\rightarrow5CO _{2}+6H _{2}O\]
with it*
sorry its C5H12O+O2--->1CO2+H2O
Ah I left an O. Hold on.
Hint: you can use fractions. Can you get it?
NO, IM NOT ALLOWED USING FRACTions for this assignment
Well...then I guess after you get it with a fraction, multiply everything with the denominator :)
ok.

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