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If K>1 this means there are more products at equilibrium and if K<1 this means there are more reactants at equilibrium. But there is also the values discussed in lecture where if K>10^3 products are strongly favored and if K<10^-3 reactants are favored. What's the difference between there being more products/reactants and products and reactants being strongly favored?
If products or reactants are strongly favored then it means there is a large disparity between products and reactants. If the products or reactants are simply less than or greater than 1 then they could be very close in concentration(there could also still be a large disparity).
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