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  1. anonymous
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    what mass of sulphur has the same number of atoms as 6g of magnesium ?

  2. anonymous
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    @pooja195 @Preetha @mathstudent55 @Photon336

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    \[\frac{ 6g Mg }{ 1 }\times \frac{ 1mol Mg }{ 24.035g Mg } \times \frac{6.022 \times 10^{23}atoms }{ 1mol Mg } \times \frac{ 1mol sullfur }{ 6.022 \times 10^{23} atoms }\times \frac{32.065g sulfur }{ 1mol sulfur }\]

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    This is the dimensional analysis way. There is a short way. \[\frac{ 6g Mg }{ 24.035g Mg }=\frac{ ?gSulfur }{ 32.065g Sulfur }\]

  5. Photon336
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    @Shalante nicely done

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