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Marmar10

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help please :)

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    On the left box, count the number of single red spheres (X) and the number of two blue (attached) spheres (Y), and counter the number the product (which is composed of 2 red and two blue) (number of these denoted by Z) then you have: \(\sf X~A+Y~B\rightarrow~Z~ A_2B_2\)

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    correction: "And on the right, count the number of the product (which is composed of 2 red and two blue) (number of these denoted by Z) then you have:"

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    thank you!!

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    @aaronq i got \[8A+4B _{2}\rightarrow 4A _{2}B _{2}\] and its not right... its balanced though

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    weird, that should be right

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