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You would use Le Chatelier's principle and know that if a reactant is increased, in this example being CO, the system will shift the equilibrium to the right towards the products, thus increasing the concentration of H2.
In equilibrium, the rate of reaction for the products and reactants are the same. When increasing one of the reactants, more products must be formed to balance out the increase in reactants, which will preserve the equilibrium. So, the H2 concentration will increase.
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