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Enthalpy is a state property, so only the final and initial states matter. The process by which you get from an initial state to a final state does not matter for state properties. Therefore, if you want to find the enthalpy value of a reaction through Hess' Law, you can just add the enthalpy values (ensuring that the intermediates cancel out).
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