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What do the numbers listed for an element on the periodic table represent?
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The number with a higher value is the number of protons and the number with a lower value is the number of neutrons.
The number with a higher value is the number of electrons and the number with a lower value is the number of protons.
The number with a higher value is the mass and the number with a lower value is the number of protons.
The number with a higher value is the number of protons and the number with a lower value is the mass.
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What do the numbers listed for an element on the periodic table represent? Answer The number with a higher value is the number of protons and the number with a lower value is the number of neutrons. The number with a higher value is the number of electrons and the number with a lower value is the number of protons. The number with a higher value is the mass and the number with a lower value is the number of protons. The number with a higher value is the number of protons and the number with a lower value is the mass.

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