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It depends on what you mean by what parts are equal. Protons and electrons both have the same magnitude of charge with opposite signs and electrons are much less massive than protons. Protons and neutrons are approximately equal in mass but protons have a charge of +e Coulombs while neutrons have a charge of 0. Atoms can often exist with unequal numbers of protons and electrons. Such atoms are called ions and have a negative charge if they have more electrons than protons and positive charge if they have more protons than electrons.

Q: What parts of an atom are equal to each other?

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From 1 to 12 the numbers add to 78. If each of the 3 parts has to be equal then they must add up to 26 (a third of 78). I think the closest you will be able to get is 25, 26, 27.

Yes the ratios are sometimes equal to each other.

yes and they intersect at 90degree each diagonal divides the other diagonal in 2 equal parts

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A free atom has no electrical charge because it has an equal number of protons and electrons. Each proton has a single positive charge, and each electron has a single negative charge. These balance each other and the result is a net neutral atom (or no net charge).

An atom's atomic number IS the number of protons it has. The number of protons and electrons are equal to each other also. Illustrate and explain why?

there is an equal number of positive and negative charges which exactly cancel each other out.

The atomic number is equal to the number of protons [note correct spelling!] in each nucleus of an atom.

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The numbers of each are equal! Therefore the atom is neutral.

Divide each side into three equal parts. Then join the division marks on opposite sides with straight lines parallel to the other side(s).

a neutrally charged atom has an equal number of both protons and neutrons, making the positive and negative charges the same. for example, in a neutrally charged atom, there would be 1 neutron and 1 proton.