**Im trying to find a shortcut to save time and i wanna know is it able to do the calculation like this?**

The question is:

At temperature 1100 K is the dynamic equilibrium constant, K = 25.0 for equilibrium

Reaction: H2(g) + I2(g) ↔ 2HI(g)

In a equilibrium mixture is the concentration of hydrogen 9,2 . 10-2 mol/dm3 & concentration of iodide is

2,0 . 10-3 mol/dm3. Calculate the concentration of Hydrogen iodide

**[9.2x10^-2]*[2x10^-3] = 1.8x10^-4**

I will write [H2] * [I2] as 1.8x10^-4

K= 25M^-2

K = product /reactants

the relation between K & Product

[1.8x10^-4] * 25M = 4.5x10^-3

my answer is 4.5x10^-3 is the [HI] concentration

I will write [H2] * [I2] as 1.8x10^-4

K= 25M^-2

K = product /reactants

the relation between K & Product

[1.8x10^-4] * 25M = 4.5x10^-3

my answer is 4.5x10^-3 is the [HI] concentration

Is this correct or incorrect?