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First we add the two half reactions from part b and c (remember to multiply part b by 3 so that the electrons lost in part b matches the electrons gained in part c). Everything should be balanced. We see that there are 14 H+ on the left and 6H+ on the right so we can cancel all of the H+ on the right and we are left with 8H+ on the left and that is the final answer.
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