I know this isn't a physics problem, but it's driving me crazy because I can't figure it out. >> The rate of a particular reaction doubles (2.0 X) when the temperature is increased from 25 C to 35 C. By what factor will the rate increase over the temperature interval of 118 C to 128 C? << I'm thinking I have to use the Arrhenius equation that says: e^(k2/k1) = e^Ea/R(1/t1-1/t2) But I'm not given all of the information I need to solve it, am I? I'm very confused... I read over the notes handed out in class and the section in the book that covers this topic and I still can't figure it out.