I'm working on a chemistry assignment that involves creating redox tables. The explanation in the textbook isn't a very good one and I can't find my answer through google either Here's the problem: The following equations represent spontaneous reactions. From this evidence, set up a table of relative strengths of oxidizing and reducing agents. Write half-reaction equations and label the strongest oxidizing agent and reducing agent. Co(s) + Pd2+(aq) --->spont. Co2+(aq) + Pd(s) Pd(s) + Pt2+ (aq) --->spont. Pd2+(aq) + Pt(s) Mg(s) + Co2+(aq) ---> spont. Mg2+(aq) + Co(s) I know how to make the half reactions and how to identify the oxidizing agent and reducing agent in each reaction, but I'm confused about what to do after that. Thanks.