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3 A(s) + 5 B(g) \leftrightharpoons 5 C(g) + 6 D(s) \triangleH = 0 kJ

A. Predict the change in A when D is added

B. Predict the direction of reaction when the pressure is increased

C. Predict the direction of reaction when the heat is increased

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A. Addition of N2_2O4_4

B. Removal of NO2_2

C. Increase in volume

D. Decrease in temperature