Explain the initial concentration of m

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The reaction 1 M + 2 N ? 1 P has a equilibrium constant, Kc, equal 8.52 x E-06 where E is the exponent on 10.

The initial concentration of M is 0.58 M

The initial concentration of N is 0.58 M

The initial concentration of P is 0 M

What are the equilibrium concentrations of M - N and P?

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