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In your opinion, what would be the simplest way to balance any size of the chemical equation?

For example here is an equation: $$\ce{C12H26 + O2 -> CO2 + H2O}$$

I saw some ways by putting letters in front of each molecule, but I just don't get too much how to do this with this method! My teacher is always speaking about another method, but it simply doesn't feel logic/ mathematicsmathematics is enough for me...

In your opinion, what would be the simplest way to balance any size of chemical equation?

For example here is an equation: $$\ce{C12H26 + O2 -> CO2 + H2O}$$

I saw some ways by putting letters in front of each molecule, but I just don't get too much how to do this with this method! My teacher is always speaking about another method, but it simply doesn't feel logic/ mathematics is enough for me...

In your opinion, what would be the simplest way to balance any size of the chemical equation?

For example here is an equation: $$\ce{C12H26 + O2 -> CO2 + H2O}$$

I saw some ways by putting letters in front of each molecule, but I just don't get too much how to do this with this method! My teacher is always speaking about another method, but it simply doesn't feel logic/mathematics is enough for me.

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In your opinion, what would be the simplest way to balance any size of chemical equation  ?

For example here is an equation  :
C12H26 + O2 => CO2 + H2O $$\ce{C12H26 + O2 -> CO2 + H2O}$$

I saw some ways by putting letters in front of each molecule, but I just don't get too much how to do this with this method  ! My teacher is always speaking about an otheranother method, but it simply doesn't feel logic/mathematic mathematics is enough for me...

In your opinion, what would be the simplest way to balance any size of chemical equation  ?

For example here is an equation  :
C12H26 + O2 => CO2 + H2O

I saw some ways by putting letters in front of each molecule but I just don't get too much how to do this with this method  ! My teacher is always speaking about an other method but it simply doesn't feel logic/mathematic enough for me...

In your opinion, what would be the simplest way to balance any size of chemical equation?

For example here is an equation: $$\ce{C12H26 + O2 -> CO2 + H2O}$$

I saw some ways by putting letters in front of each molecule, but I just don't get too much how to do this with this method! My teacher is always speaking about another method, but it simply doesn't feel logic/ mathematics is enough for me...

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