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Each two 3s have different values because they are in different postion

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Q: Why is their different value for two 3s in 3.453?

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33 + (3/3)

The first three is 3000 and the second three is worth 300.

33 + (3 + 3)/3

2/3s of what? gallon, pint, quart, liter?

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The answer depends on which of the two 3s in the number you are referring to!

The 2s orbital and 3s orbital both have the same spherical shape and can hold a maximum of two electrons of opposite spin. They only differ because the 3s orbital is further out from the nucleus than the 2s orbital, thus the 3s orbital has a higher energy value.

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The are two electrons in the 3s orbital of magnesium (Mg.)

33 + (3/3)

There are three thirds (1/3s) in every whole, so there are six thirds in two wholes.

The first three is 3000 and the second three is worth 300.

They are both s level orbitals; they can carry two electrons and are spherical in shape. The only difference is that the 4s level is larger than the 3s, and the 3s level will fill first.

The first 3 is in the ten thousands place, so it is worth 30,000. The second 3 is in the tens position, so it is worth 30.

33 + (3 + 3)/3

The difference is 0.