If I understand your question correctly, then you are looking for an example of how to take a word problem and convert it to an equation. This can be done fairly easily, so let's go with an example. We'll start with a word problem:
"Jacob finds a question on Answers.com, and realizes that if there were one more grammatical error in it, then it would contain 4/3 as many errors as it does now. How many errors are in the question?"
This can be converted to a formula as follows:
Now if we want the final answer to that question, we can find it by grouping like terms and simplifying:
x + 1 = 4x / 3
3x + 3 = 4x
3x - 4x = -3
-x = -3
x = 3
So we know that the question contains three errors.
One example would be: acetic acid and ammonia form ammonium acetate. CH3COOH + NH3 --------> CH3COONH4
A chemical formula is the way a particular chemical (element or compound) is represented using the letters given in the Periodic Table. For example, the chemical formula of oxygen is O2 and the chemical formula of caron dioxide is CO2A word equation describes a chemical reactionusing the names of chemicals only. For instance, the word equation for respiration is:glucose + oxygen => carbon dioxide + waterA formula equation also describes a chemical reaction, but uses chemical formulae instead of names and is balanced. An example of this would be methane burning in oxygen:CH4 + 2O2 => CO2 + 2H2O
The chemical formula (equation is an incorrect word) is C12H22CaO14.
The word equation is, Magnesium + Oxygen = Magnesium Oxide.
The chemical formula of decane is C10H22.
Formula Equation KEY H
It is a type in which chemical equation are written in the word: for example: Mg 02------>MgO
A word equation is where you describe a reaction using the chemicals by their names Eg. Hydrogen+Oxygen>Water A formula/symbol equation is where you use each chemical's formula (which is a group of the elements it consists of) Eg. H2+O2>H2O (you should use small letters for the numbers after the element)
"The teacher gave us an example of how to solve the equation."
Answer A Formula is when you have to write an equation that tells you how to answer that problem/question but the opposite would be the actual answer.
The word equation for ammonia is 3 H2 + N2 → 2 NH3 (this is a balance equation) The formula (atom) is NH3 for ammonia