# Problem: Given the initial concentrations in  Kinetics Data Table 1, predict what the rate would be if the initial concentrations were [A] = 0.062 M, [B] = 1.03 M, and [C] = 1.12 M.2 A + 3 B + C → 2 D + Ea. 2.026 M/sb. 0.126 M/sc. 2.086 M/sd. 1.863 M/se. 0.112 M/s

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Given the initial concentrations in  Kinetics Data Table 1, predict what the rate would be if the initial concentrations were [A] = 0.062 M, [B] = 1.03 M, and [C] = 1.12 M.

2 A + 3 B + C → 2 D + E a. 2.026 M/s

b. 0.126 M/s

c. 2.086 M/s

d. 1.863 M/s

e. 0.112 M/s

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