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Lavelle was giving an example of how a reaction responds to minimize the effect of increasing pressure (by decreasing volume). If P doubled (V halved), then there would be new initial concentrations (since concentration=moles/volume). Q would then be solved for these new concentrations so that we could compare Q to K and see which way the reaction would shift. In this case, Q<K so the reaction would shift to the right.
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