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HELP! ....Match the element below's symbol and group number with its Z value a. Z=33 b. Z=20 c. Z=35 d. Z=19 e. Z=12 Ca; 2A (2)

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  1. MarcLeclair
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    I'm assuming you mean Z the atomic number? If so, the elements go by increasing number ( Hydrogen Z=1, He Z=2, etc...). As for the group, Theres 1A, 2A then you should skip the transition metal ( Sc. to Zn). So the group of Aluminum will be 3, and so forth. I hope I helped :/ that's all i understood. :)

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    Z=33 Symbol "As" Group Number 15 Z=20 Symbol "Ca" Group Number 2 Z=35 Symbol "Br" Group Number 17 Z=19 Symbol "K" Group Number 1 Z=12 Symbol "Mg" Group Number 2 I think that is right based off what you said.. Z stands for "atomic number", the atomic number is the number of Protons. I just looked for that number on the periodic table and found the information.

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    Thank you! I actually figured that they wrote the symbol on the bottom and just need the atomic # silly me for being sleepy while doing hw haha

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