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I think the reason that it has the three is because there is no indication that the complex has a charge and so in order to neutralize it, you would have three potassium ions for the first one (you know that chromate is +3 and that cyanido is -6 so you would need +3 to get it to 0.) The same logic applies for Bromine.
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