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  1. vera_ewing
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  2. JFraser
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    KEQ is always a ratio, and it's always \(\frac{[products]}{[reactants]}\)

  3. vera_ewing
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    Is it C or D?

  4. JFraser
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    it might be, but do you see how there are \(two\) >> signs?

  5. vera_ewing
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    Yes...

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    what does that mean, why not put just one?

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    Products are favored over reactants in the reaction?

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    it's true that 2 > 1, and 10000000 > 1 but it's also true that 10000000 >> 1

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    two >> mean "much much greater than", rather than just one

  10. vera_ewing
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    So it would be B?

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    yup

  12. vera_ewing
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    It was D.

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