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An atom of gold has a mass of 3.271 X 10-22 g. How many atoms of gold are in 5.00

g of gold? (Give your answer in scientific notation.)

Your answer will be the ____ of atoms of gold in 5.00 g of gold.

To find the answer you will divide 5.00 g of gold by _______ of one atom of gold.

How many significant figures will your answer have? 


How many atoms will there be in 5.00 g of gold. (Use ^  to show the exponent in scientific notation. For example, 4 X 1011 should be written 4 X 10^11. Include the unit "atoms" in your answer.) 


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