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I do not fully understand the scope of your question but I'll answer to the best of my ability. If they ask for final equilibrium concentrations and you begin with a certain amount of reactant, lets say 0.1, then the E section for that reactant would be 0.1-x, so you would plug x back in to find the equilibrium concentration of that reactant.
Your E row represents the expressions of change the species goes through inorder to reach their equilibrium points. After you calculate x or the change, you plug that into the E row and there you the concentrations of the species at equilibrium.
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