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Which of the following best compares a fission and fusion reaction? Both reactions absorb energy, but in a fusion reaction an atomic nucleus splits into fragments, while a fission reaction involves two nuclei joining to form one larger nucleus. Both reactions absorb energy, but in a fission reaction an atomic nucleus splits into fragments, while a fusion reaction involves two nuclei joining to form one larger nucleus. Both reactions release energy, but in a fusion reaction an atomic nucleus splits into fragments, while a fission reaction involves two nuclei joining to form

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    are you sure you didn't leave an option out?

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    it was too many characters so one was deleted

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    this was the four one--- Both reactions release energy, but in a fission reaction an atomic nucleus splits into fragments, while a fusion reaction involves two nuclei joining to form one larger nucleus.

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    haha okay, i was gonna say they're all wrong..

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    They both release energy, in the sun fusion occurs (2 hydrogen atoms fuse into 1 helium nucleus), on earth nuclear reactors split heavy (atoms with a lot of protons and neutrons) into smaller ones. fusion = putting together fission = splitting apart

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    ohh so the fourth one is correct

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    yupp

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    thanks again lol

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