Recall that metals tend to lose electrons while nonmetals tend to gain electrons in chemical reactions. Metals are found to the left of metalloids while nonmetals are found to the right.
Which elements do you expect to lose electrons in their chemical reactions? Which do you expect to gain electrons?
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