## General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications (10th Edition)

$$K = \frac{B}{A} \longrightarrow B = K A$$ $$B + A = 54$$ $$KA + A = 54 \longrightarrow A = \frac{54}{K + 1}$$ For K = 0.02: $$A = \frac{54}{1.02} = 53$$ $$B = 54 - 53 = 1$$ For K = 0.5: $$A = \frac{54}{1.5} = 36$$ $$B = 54 - 36 = 18$$ For K = 1: $$A = \frac{54}{2} = 27$$ $$B = 54 -27 = 27$$