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The only thing that affects the equilibrium constant or the equilibrium conditions of the reaction is temperature. Understanding the E in the ICE table also helps when explaining why this is or how initial concentration/partial pressures will impact the concentrations/partial pressures of products and reactants at equilibrium.
K is the equilibrium constant, which can be measured by either comparing the concentrations of the reactants and the products in the reaction, or the partial pressures of the reactants and products in the said reaction. Since K is a constant, whenever it is used (as Kc or Kp), it should equate. With this knowledge, you can potentially find missing partial pressures or concentrations if proved information of the latter.
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