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Offline gnasmth

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Energy and endothermic reactions??
« on: January 02, 2020, 05:52:56 PM »
I have no idea and way out of my realm. I haven't done chemistry or math in over 10 years and I'm in grad school for speech and language so ANY AND ALL HELP IS SO APPRECIATED! I would really appreciate to see your work so I can pass my final and get my license and start my dang job haha.... can't be certified until I pass chem.

Okay so here's what I'm working with..

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Re: Energy and endothermic reactions??
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2020, 04:32:41 AM »
Sorry, we require you to show your attempts at solving the problem.

This one is actually quite simple and doesn't require understanding any of the chemistry behind. Doesn't matter what the mole is, nor what the kJ is - what matters is the ratio.

It is not different from this problem: you need 1144 eurasian dollars to buy 4 turboencabulators. How many eurasian dollars would you need to buy 55 turboencabulators?
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