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Q is the denotation for a reaction's concentration ratio when the reaction is not at equilibium. Q is [P]/[R]. Therefore, since the products are the cathode metal (s) and solution (aq) and the reactants are the anode metal (s) and solution (aq) (keeping in mind that solids and liquids are not included in reaction quotient bc they do not effect it), Q is [cathode]/[anode].
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