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In most of the homework problems it seems to tell you if the reaction is reversible or not so I don't think you have to know if it is or not, I think the important thing to know concerning reversible reactions is that they use a different equation to calculate work and also that reversible reactions always do more work. Hope this helps!
I think it depends on the surroundings of the reaction, for example certain containers allow it to be reversible, while others restrict it. I may be wrong, but this is what I understood from the homework problems. regardless, the homework seems to tell you whether or not its reversible, so I dont think we need to worry about determining it ourselves.
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