Applications involving the equilibrium constant

Anonymous
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If someone would be willing to help me with this chemistry problem, that would be great. I got stuck and have no idea what to do next. Thank you!

The equilibrium constant for the reaction

H2(g) + F2(g) = 2HF(g)

has the value 2.1 * 10 to the third power at a particular temperature. When the system is analyzed an equilibrium at this temperature, the concentrations of both H2(g) and F2( g) are found to be 0.0021 M. What is the concentration of HF(g) in the equilibrium system under these conditions?

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