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How will the position of equilibrium shift for an endothermic reaction when heated?

The position of equilibrium will shift to the right, favouring the forward reaction, to oppose the increase in temperature. Endothermic reactions absorb heat and therefore if the endothermic reaction is more prevalent heat will be absorbed and the temperature will decrease. 

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