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I've found Khan Academy to be quite useful. https://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry/chemical-reactions-stoichiome/limiting-reagent-stoichiometry/e/limiting_reagent_stoichiometry Also, some of the UAs that teach the peer learning sessions have posted their worksheets to Chemistry Community or in a Google Drive, and some of the earlier sessions have definitely covered limiting reactants. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Hte6Qhz9L_RiVvOia9hd0iN0h4xRglOj?usp=sharing
The UA Peer learning sessions and workshops that are held every day give additional practice problems and can also give clarifications on coursework.
In addition to the great resources mentioned above, you can review the pre-assessment and post-assessment of the Audio-Visual Focus Topic on Limiting Reactant Calculations for more practice. The Workshops and Step-Up Sessions are also a great way to do additional practice problems that are representative of what we might see on an exam.
Another good way to get practice problems might be to google them. There are a lot of good practice problems on the web, so I'm sure just searching them up would be a good way to get practice problems. Hope this helps!
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