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A is usually a constant that refers to the frequency of correct orientation collisions there are. However, if you have the equilibrium constant, activation energy, and temperature, you will be able to calculate the A via the Arrhenius equation.
It's pretty much like finding a missing variable for any standard equation. As long as you have the temperature, activation energy, gas constant, and gas constant, you can solve for A. A is the frequency of collisions.
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