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Thank you, The images are still quite blurry, it might help if you type out the ones you are the least sure about. I do not have enough knowlege of isotopes and radioactive decay to answer those questions. The answer to number 20 is B, not A
I can't read how many neutrons are in the nucleus of number 5
Everything else seems fine
which question you can't read
And also is 20 a or b
I mean the question 20
I can't read the number inside of the nucleus of the atom in question #5. Question 20 is B.
It's 14 p and 17 n
Great! You did a good job. I am not qualified to answer questions about isotopes and radioactivity but all of the other questions seem to be correct if you change #20.
What is 27
I did not get 27
This be page 2
I don't see any question #27
Ok wait but can you plz see those worksheer
Too blurry. From what I think the questions say, I am guessing that you answered them correctly though.
Which worksheet is blurry
both of them
can you see it
Is anyone good in physics
Can you please repost your question in a new thread one by one. It's quite confusing here.
ok wait I will try
what would be the answer for this one
I choose b
ok, so in an \(\alpha\) decay, a nucleus sheds two protons and two neutrons which are collectively called as an \(\alpha\) particle. So, in this case the atomic number of the parent atom will decrease with 2 and the mass number will decrease with 4.
Ar you getting my point?
yes so it b or d
You tell me, which one should it be?
are you there
ok so d is right
I mean can you plz look at question 14
The carbon 14 one?
The standard notation for carbon-14 is shown. How many neutrons does one atom of carbon-14 contain?
Well I can just barely read it but if it's asking about neutrons which I believe it is there is 6
a)8 b) 20 c) 6 d) 14
so it be c
what about 15
Plutonium-239 undergoes alpha decay. Which general equation would you use to help write the nuclear reaction equation for this alpha decay
which one do you think
are you sure
that what I get
it has to produce He and that's the only one I saw with He but the picture is too blurry to make out the answers very well so I picked the only one that I was able to see He
oh yeah there is not He is other options
No there isn't He in any of the other options
yes there is not
so what one be right
The one with He in it
what about number 17
I get a
Yes it's A
just plz help me with question 27
this is the last page
and also this is a better pic
just look at question number 26 to 29
Yes I'm still here it's called trying to read that sheet of paper you gotta give me a min you ask me 27 and then you ask me about the sheet so I have to look at all through so hold your horses I can't read that fast when the pic is a little blurry!
oh sorry my bad take your time
26 is not A I don't know if you are eleminating that one or you're picking it but should be 32
27 I would say is c
for which question
you mean question 26 is not a
but how you get 32 for question 26
The last two would be B and then D
what that I wrote
mass number of 72 corresponds with Ge on the periodic table which has an atomic number of 32, protons and electrons are the same as the atomic number but neutrons don't follow that idea
can you plz look at it
You do realize you said last sheet last time right? And you have that sheet fine but again it's hard to see
sorry dear this one is the last promice
so in question 5 they are asking for the mass number of the atom
14 p and 17 n
I get 31
14+17= u you answer
in question 6 they are asking for the chemical name of the isotopes shown here
14 p and 17 n
a) oxygen -14 b) potassium-31 c) argon-17 d) silicon-31
All your answers on the sheet were right!
These are the same questions as the sheet you had posted the answers were great
ok sure and thnx for the help. I appreciated
Thnx a lot sister
I hope I will get full marks in it