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When the standard potentials of half-reactions are given, they are given from the reduction standard table. Looking at the two values, choose the smaller value to be the oxidation half-reaction. Since the standard potential is from the reduction table, flip the value so it is the opposite and it matches the oxidation half-reaction. Then, add the two values to get the overall standard cell potential.
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