And we need the value of A to decrease.

As a result that mean the reaction

will proceed in the forward direction.

We are consuming A and producing more B.

On the other side of the spectrum

when we look at a q value of 4.8

which is great then the k value of 3.2 for t a particular reaction when we look at a q value of 4.8

which is great then the k value of 3.2 for t a particular reaction

we see that we need to do just the opposite.

Our numerator, is too high

our denominator is too low

so what we need to happen now is for the value of

B, or the amount of B we have present to decrease

and the amount of A to increase.

And when that happens

we will see that ratio of concentration of B over the concentration of A

will also reduce

the value of q will reduce

and it will continue until we get to the value of k.

If we calculate the reaction

quotient, and we find that q is equal to k.

Then we know we are at equilibrium.

Now, remember we are dynamic equilibrium.

Reactants are still going to products

products are still going to reactants.

But the rate of those two reactions are exactly the same.

That is what we mean by that dynamic chemical equilibrium.