although these worksheets are helpful, number 8 makes no sense and number 9’s answer should be corrected as the answer is wrong. solving it myself, my answer makes sense, but, sorry to say, yours does not make any sense at all.

Hello there, sir. I’m a student and I found your balancing worksheets great. However, in this particular sheet, you got #2 incorrectly. The answer key had 2, 7, 2 and 6 coefficients respectively, which makes 2 carbons on the reactant and 6 on the product. The correct coefficients would be 1, 2, 1 and 2, respectively.

I shared the sheet with my students. Need to correct #9. I added the request that the students identify the type of reaction as well.

That’s embarrassing. I even had that one flagged on my notes to fix. The PDFs and images are fixed now. Thank you for letting me know. – Todd

I agree with you, but number 8 also needs to be corrected

although these worksheets are helpful, number 8 makes no sense and number 9’s answer should be corrected as the answer is wrong. solving it myself, my answer makes sense, but, sorry to say, yours does not make any sense at all.

The answer key for 2 appears incorrect (I think it should be 1, 2, 1, 2). For 8, I don’t see H in the reactants just products. Thanks for sharing

Hello there, sir. I’m a student and I found your balancing worksheets great. However, in this particular sheet, you got #2 incorrectly. The answer key had 2, 7, 2 and 6 coefficients respectively, which makes 2 carbons on the reactant and 6 on the product. The correct coefficients would be 1, 2, 1 and 2, respectively.