I'm back from a calculator depression. I didn't touch my calc in about three months, though for some reason I kept visiting this wiki. Dunno why…
Anyways, in my county, we learn a kind of "Pre-Chemistry" in 8th grade. I'm in 9th grade now, in Biology HN, but this chemistry crap follows me everywhere. Anyways, I just remembered that in 8th grade chemistry we did this kind of chemical formula balancing. I don't remember all of it, but it looks something like this:
2H2O + C6H12O6 = blah blah
Okay I got tired of putting subscripts, but basically you multiply the amount of water or glucose you have until there are no fractions and all the amount of elements on one side of the equation equals the other side's. This stuff is a pain, and even though I was the fastest in my class, this still was really annoying. I know how to do it; naturally I want to know if there is a computer method to doing it. Any help guys? I remember one of my friends who was really good at TI-Basic tried it and he got really frustrated cuz he couldn't think of an algorithm. I'm hoping some of you TI-Basic gods can help me out… thanks regardless of the answer.
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