Problem: Enter your answer in the provided box.Element X has two naturally occurring isotopes, 65X (isotopic mass 64.7079 amu, abundance 57.16%) and 67X (isotopic mass 66.9328 amu, abundance 42.84%). Calculate the atomic mass of element X.

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Element X has two naturally occurring isotopes, 65X (isotopic mass 64.7079 amu, abundance 57.16%) and 67X (isotopic mass 66.9328 amu, abundance 42.84%). Calculate the atomic mass of element X.

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