Q: What is the number i?

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It is a number. A counting number, an integer, a rational number, a real number, etc.It is a number. A counting number, an integer, a rational number, a real number, etc.It is a number. A counting number, an integer, a rational number, a real number, etc.It is a number. A counting number, an integer, a rational number, a real number, etc.

(positive number) x (positive number) = positive number (positive number)/(positive number) = positive number (positive number) x ( negative number) = negative number (positive number)/( negative number) = negative number (negative number) x (negative number) = positive number (negative number)/(negative number) = positive number

Number of Neutrons = Mass Number - Atomic Number Number of Protons = Atomic Number Number of Electrons = Number of Protons = Atomic Number

atomic number = number of proton in an element number of proton = number of electron mass number = number of proton + number of neutron therefore... atomic number = mass number - number of neutrons

atomic number = number of proton in an element number of proton = number of electron mass number = number of proton + number of neutron therefore... atomic number = mass number - number of neutrons

A positive number. Positive Number x Positive Number = Positive Number Positive Number x Negative Number = Negative Number Negative Number x Negative Number = Positive Number

A real number which is not a rational number is an irrational number.

Actinium which is number 89. Aluminum which is number 13. Americium which is number 95. Antimony which is number 51. Argon which is number 18. Arsenic which is number 33. Astatine which is number 85. Barium which is number 56. Berkelium which is number 97. Beryllium which is number 4. Bismuth which is number 83. Bohrium which is number 107. Boron which is number 5. Bromine which is number 35. Cadmium which is number 48. Californium which is number 98. Carbon which is number 6. Cerium which is number 58. Cesium which is number 55. Chlorine which is number 17. Chromium which is number 24. Cobalt which is number 27. Copper which is number 29. Curium which is number 96. Dubnium which is number 105. Dysprosium which is number 66. Einsteinium which is number 99. Erbium which is number 68. Europium which is number 63. Fermium which is number 100. Fluorine which is number 9. Francium which is number 87. And 64 other elements.

Atomic number = Number of protons = Number of electrons Neutrons number = Atomic number - Number of protons Mass number = Number of protons + Number of neutrons

A positive number times a positive number will always get you a positive number A negative number times a negative number will always get you a positive number (same signs will get you a positive number) but A positive number times a negative number will always get you a negative number or A negative number times a positive number will always get you a negative number (different signs will get you a negative number)

There is no number that is equivalent since a number is just that - a number. It is NOT a measure of time.There is no number that is equivalent since a number is just that - a number. It is NOT a measure of time.There is no number that is equivalent since a number is just that - a number. It is NOT a measure of time.There is no number that is equivalent since a number is just that - a number. It is NOT a measure of time.

You can get the number of neutrons of an element by taking the number of protons, the number of electrons, or the atomic number of the element (seeing as they are all the same number) and subtract that number from the atomic mass. This will give you the number of neutrons of an element. EXAMPLE: THE ELEMENT -BERYLLIUM (Be) Atomic number/Proton number/Electron number =4 Mass number= 9 To find neutron number: Mass number- Atomic number/Proton number/Electron number That is : 9-4=5 And the number 5 would be your answer for the NEUTRON NUMBER.

atomic number = number of protons mass number = number of protons + number of neutrons

Atomic number = proton number Number of protons = number of electrons

Atomic number (number of protons) + Number of Neutrons = Mass Number So Mass Number - Atomic number (number of protons) = Number of Neutrons. Answer is : Number of Neutrons

The number is 0.6

Atomic number = Number of protonsMass number = Number of protons + Number of neutrons.

A multiple of a number is the product of that number and any whole number.

Mass number = number of protons + number of neutrons Number of electrons = number of protons = mass number of an isotope - number of neutrons

Atomic number -> Number of protons Mass number -> Number of protons and neutrons So. if you substract atomic number from the mass number you get the number of neutrons.

This number is equal to itself, and to no other number.This number is equal to itself, and to no other number.This number is equal to itself, and to no other number.This number is equal to itself, and to no other number.

A negative number. A positive number x a positive number = a positive number A negative number x a negative number = a positive number A positive number x a negative number = a negative Hope this helps :D

Mass number is the sum of the number of protons and the number of neutrons in the atom: Mass Number = Atomic Number + Number of Neutrons.

Number of protons = Number of electrons = Atomic number Number of neutrons = Atomic number - Number of protons

37 isa natural numbera whole numberan integeran odd numbera prime numbera "lucky" numbera Padovan number