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Atomic weight question

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If carbon were assigned an atomic weight of 20, what would be the atomic weight of Hydrogen and Siicon?
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Basic mathematics , no need to discuss.
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If carbon were assigned an atomic weight of 20, the atomic weight of Hydrogen and Silicon are 1.665 g and 46.76 g respectively.
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Correct
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