Question

When an atom's nuclear mass is compared to the sum of the masses of its protons and neutrons, how do these compare? (multiple choice)

the total nucleus mass is equal to the sum of its parts

the total nucleus mass is greater than the sum of its parts

the total nucleus mass is less than the sum of its parts

Answer #1

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