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The atomic weight of one molecule of carbonic acid, H2CO3, is 62. The equation below also can be used to describe the atomic weight of a molecule of carbonic acid: 2H + C + 3O = 62 Where H represents the atomic weight of a hydrogen atom, C represents the atomic weight of a carbon atom, and O represents the atomic weight of an oxygen atom. Gina knows the atomic weight of an atom of carbon and an atom of hydrogen. How can she rearrange the equation to find the atomic weight of an oxygen atom?

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    isn't this chemistry?

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    i guess but its in the math online thing im doing

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