# Problem: We have a 1.3 x 1022 lead atoms and the same number of gold atoms. Which statement is true regarding the mass of these samples? a. The mass of both of the samples is the same b. The mass of the lead sample is greater than the mass of the gold sample. c. The mass of the gold sample is greater than the mass of the lead sample. d. The mass of the gold sample is 4.5 g. e. The mass of the lead sample is 4.3 g.

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We have a 1.3 x 1022 lead atoms and the same number of gold atoms. Which statement is true regarding the mass of these samples?

a. The mass of both of the samples is the same

b. The mass of the lead sample is greater than the mass of the gold sample.

c. The mass of the gold sample is greater than the mass of the lead sample.

d. The mass of the gold sample is 4.5 g.

e. The mass of the lead sample is 4.3 g.

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