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Yes, If the question doesn't specify if the solution is in an acidic or basic solution, than it is pretty safe to assume there will be no H+ or OH- in your equation. Only if it says that the solution is in an acidic or basic solution will you need to add H+ or OH-. Usually, you can deduce this by seeing that the amount of oxygen on both sides of a rxn don't match when charges are balanced, hence why you're supposed to balance amount of oxygen after all of the other elements.
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