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I agree with the previous response. If you think about it, it makes sense because you're changing the coefficient of each reactant/product by the same factor, and the coefficients determine what power the values are raised to. For example, if the overall reaction is multiplied by 2, then each reactant/product in K is raised to the power of 2, and K overall would be raised to the power of 2.
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