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Hess's Law allows us to manipulate equations where one constituent appears in one equation's reactants while the same constituent appears in another equation's products. As such, you can cancel out the constituent by adding the equations together. In doing so, you must also add up the enthalpies. In adding the equations together, you are trying to get an equation that matches the equation of a reaction where you are looking for its enthalpy.
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