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#1: Which two subatomic particles are located within the nucleus of an atom? A. protons and neutrons B. protons and electrons C. electrons and neutrons ***My answer: A. protons and neutrons am i correct?? :)

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#2: An atom has 2 protons in its nucleus. Which of the following must be true for this atom to have no net charge? A. The atom has 2 negatively charged electrons in the nucleus. B. The atom also has 2 positively charged neutrons in the nucleus. C. The atom has 2 negatively charged electrons outside the nucleus. D. The 2 positive protons have no influence on the overall charge of the atom. ***MY answer: C. is that correct??? :)
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Yeah it is correct also.
so i am right for both #1 and #2?? #1 is A?? and #2 is C ?? :)
C. The atom has 2 negatively charged electrons outside the nucleus. you are correct
No. of protons = No. of electrons in an atom.
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