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Q: Which of these is the smallest k k plus 1 kr br-1?

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Technically, there is no such thing as "the smallest number" since we can go into negative numbers and they go on forever. But if we are talking about positive integers, then the smallest would be 1 1 plus zero equals one. The second smallest would be 2 2 plus 1 equals 3

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Another Answer: 12*0+1 = 1

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I think you do not need the " plus. " 9.46 X 10^23 atoms Krypton (1 mole Kr/6.022 X 10^23)(83.80 grams/1 mole Kr) = 132 grams of Krypton ---------------------------------

The mass of 1 mole of an element is its atomic weight on the Periodic Table in grams.1g = 1000mgThe mass of 1 mole of Kr = 83.80g KrConvert mg Kr to g Kr.398mg Kr x (1g/1000mg) = 0.398g KrConvert g Kr to mol Kr.0.398g Kr x (1mol Kr/83.80g Kr) = 4.75x10-3mol Kr

The mass of 1 mole of an element is its atomic weight on the periodic table in grams.1g = 1000mgThe mass of 1 mole of Kr = 83.80g KrConvert mg Kr to g Kr.398mg Kr x (1g/1000mg) = 0.398g KrConvert g Kr to mol Kr.0.398g Kr x (1mol Kr/83.80g Kr) = 4.75x10-3mol Kr

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Norwegian Krone. Coins: 50 øre (Half a krone, which is considered getting removed from the economic system) 1 kr 5 kr 10 kr 20 kr Bills: 50 kr 100 kr 500 kr 1000 kr

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The number 27 has a cube root of 3, which is 2 (the smallest prime) plus 1.

Technically, there is no such thing as "the smallest number" since we can go into negative numbers and they go on forever. But if we are talking about positive integers, then the smallest would be 1 1 plus zero equals one. The second smallest would be 2 2 plus 1 equals 3

This is nuclear fission. The Uranium 235 atom splits and forms 2 new elements (plus the extra neutrons).

1 mole Kr = 6.022 x 1023 atoms 1.7 x 1025 Kr atoms x (1 mole Kr)/(6.022 x 1023 Kr atoms) = 28 moles Kr (rounded to two sig figs)

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