# Data table1 bean variety navy pinto kidney lima mass

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Data Table 2. Data Table1 Bean Variety        Navy        Pinto       Kidney         Lima Mass of 60  beans (g) Average   Mass  per bean (g) PART 2: The next step is to determine the Atomic Mass of “Beanium”.  This mixture is  supposed to simulate the mixture isotopes of a real element as they occur in  nature.  You will determine the value in two ways: actual weighing of the mix  and by using the relative percentage of each of the isotopes that make up the  mix.   PROCEDURE: 1.  Count out beans of each variety using the following guidelines.

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Use 50 – 60 navy beans Use 25 – 30 kidney beans Use 35 – 40 pinto beans Use 20 – 25 lima beans Record the exact number of each variety used in Data Table 2. Record the total number of beans here:                                   CALCULATIONS:  ( Maintain 2 decimal places in all calculations. ) Determine the percent of the total that each variety (isotope) of bean contributes. % of total  =   # beans used    x 100            total # beans
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