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Earth's atmosphere contains about four times as much nitrogen as: A: Helium B:Oxygen C:Carbon D:Hydrogen Help! :O -Thanks :)

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    If you do a search for "atmosphere composition," you'll tend to get percentages of nitrogen and all the other atmospheric gases. Turn those into ratios to get your answer.

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