Problem: In a classroom, which comparison would a teacher most likely use for describing a mole?A) cup of water and a liter of oilB) dozen eggs and a dozen jellybeansC) jar of jellybeans and a gram of salt crystalsD) 20 marbles in a bag and 10 large ice cubes

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Recall that a mole is equal to 6.022x1023 of a particular substance or object

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In a classroom, which comparison would a teacher most likely use for describing a mole?
A) cup of water and a liter of oil
B) dozen eggs and a dozen jellybeans
C) jar of jellybeans and a gram of salt crystals
D) 20 marbles in a bag and 10 large ice cubes

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