I totally need help on these problems about limited reactants. My teacher gave me an example: You intend to use the following recipe (Caution: it will turn your mouth bright red—be careful): 1 can frozen white grape juice concentrate 2 Tbs. red food color 1 tsp. yellow food color Suppose for your movie you need to make 10 batches of this fake blood. In your freezer you have 9 cans of white grape juice, you have 15 tablespoons of red food color and you have 8 teaspoons of yellow food color. Obviously, you need to go to the store, but how many batches can you make? 9 cans of white grape juice will make 9 batches. 15 tbs. of red food color can make 7.5 batches (2 tbs. each) 8 tsp. of yellow food color can make 8 batches. So.....The answer must be 7.5 batches if you want to make half a batch. Then she gave me these equations to solve: 1. How many grams SO2 can be formed from 20.0 g of S and 160g O2? 2. How many gramsSO2 can be formed from 20 g S and 15.0 g of O2? (Plese show the balanced equation and your work.) The balanced equation is S + O2 ---> SO2. What I don't know how to do is the work to figure out the equations above.