Forward reaction or backward reaction, Chemistry

CACO3   CAO+CO2

IF CAO IS ADDED EXTERNALLY WHAT WILL BE THE CHANGE{WILL FWD REACTION INC OR BACKWARD REACTION INC}AND WHY ?

Solution) Backward reaction, due to Le Chatelier''s principle.

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