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# Write the balanced formation equations for the compounds (a)HI(g) , (b) NaHCO3(s), and (c) Ca3(PO4)2 (s) { NOTE: i) Do not usesubscripts/superscripts in the formula...

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###### Write the balanced formation equations for the compounds (a)HI(g) , (b) NaHCO3(s), and (c) Ca3(PO4)2 (s) { NOTE: i) Do not usesubscripts/superscripts in the formulas. Write them as if you arewriting letters in a word (e.g., Mg3N2 should be written as Mg3N2).ii) Put parentheses around a polyatomic ion if there is more thanone of it in the formula (e.g. Na2CO3 should be written as Na2CO3but Ca(NO3)2 as Ca(NO3)2. ) iii) Input all numerical coefficientseven if it's the number "1". } a

Write the balanced formation equations for the compounds (a) HI(g) , (b) NaHCO3(s), and (c) Ca3(PO4)2 (s) { NOTE: i) Do not use subscripts/superscripts in the formulas. Write them as if you are writing letters in a word (e.g., Mg3N2 should be written as Mg3N2). ii) Put parentheses around a polyatomic ion if there is more than one of it in the formula (e.g. Na2CO3 should be written as Na2CO3 but Ca(NO3)2 as Ca(NO3)2. ) iii) Input all numerical coefficients even if it's the number "1". } a) (g) + (s) ---> HI(g) b) (s) + (g) + 1 C(graphite) + (g) ---> 1 NaHCO3(s) c) Ca(s) + (s) + O2 (g) ---> (s)

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