Q: What number will go into 46 and 79?

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-33

No, 79 is a prime number.

x >/= -33

The factors of 79 are 1 and 79. (79 is a prime number.)

79

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Factors of 79: 1, 79Factors of 46: 1, 2, 23, 46GCF (79, 46) = 1

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An atom of selenium with an atomic number of 34 has 34 electrons. The mass number of 79 suggests that the total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus is 79. Since the atomic number (protons) is given as 34, the number of neutrons can be calculated as 79 - 34 = 45.

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-33

No, 79 is a prime number.

46

It depends which number you are referring to.

Which number followers 79

x >/= -33

mass number is simply the addition of the proton number and neutron number. we also know that proton number of the element is similar to atomic number. we also know that 79 + (197-79) is the no. of neutron no. of the gold. hence when atomic no. of the gold is 79 its atomic mass or mass number is 197.