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# Problem: Which of the following statements is TRUE?   a.  Atoms are roughly spherical because when all of the different shaped orbitals are overlapped, they take on a spherical shape. b.  We can know the exact location and exact speed of an electron at the same time. c.  Since electrons have mass, we must always consider them to have particle properties and never wavelike properties. d.  All orbitals in a given atom are roughly the same size. e.  All of the above are true.

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Which of the following statements is TRUE?

a.  Atoms are roughly spherical because when all of the different shaped orbitals are overlapped, they take on a spherical shape.

b.  We can know the exact location and exact speed of an electron at the same time.

c.  Since electrons have mass, we must always consider them to have particle properties and never wavelike properties.

d.  All orbitals in a given atom are roughly the same size.

e.  All of the above are true.

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