Balanced overall equation
I got Sn+2Ag+->Sn+2Ag, but its wrong.
I think you just made a a couple of typos. You left no space between Sn+2Ag and you omitted the 2Ag on the right.
Sn + 2Ag ==> An^2+ + 2Ag
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