For the reaction,
5 moles of X and 9 moles of Y will produce
4 moles of Z
In a chemical reaction, coefficient represents mole of that substance.
This indicates 1 mole of X reacts with 2 moles of Y to form 1 mole of Z.
So, 5 moles of X will require 10 moles of Y. But we have taken only 9moles of Y.
Hence, Y is in limiting quantity. Hence, we determine product from Y.
Thus, 5 moles of X react with 9 moles of Y to form 4 moles of Z.
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