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Write an expression for K, the equilibrium constant 2 NO2(g) yields N2O4(g)
The expression for K in simplest terms is products (raised to their stoichiometric coefficients) / reactants (raised to their stoichiometric coefficients) Solution becomes: K = [N2O4] / [NO2]^2
Find the derivative of f(x) = 6x^2 + 10
Solution: Use the power rule: solution becomes f'(x) = 12x
Solve -16x + 4y + 16 = 0 for y.
The goal is to isolate y by itself on one side of the equation: 1) Add 16x to both sides: equation becomes 4y + 16 = 16x 2) Subtract 16 from both sides: equation becomes 4y = 16x - 16 3) Divide 4 from both sides: equation becomes y = (16x - 16) / 4 4) Simplify equation: solution becomes y = 4x - 4
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