Problem: Within an atomic nucleus, the strongest of the four forces is (a) gravity. (b) electromagnetism. (c) the strong force. 

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Within the atomic nucleus, the strong force is 100 times stranger than the electromagnetism force. 

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Within an atomic nucleus, the strongest of the four forces is (a) gravity. (b) electromagnetism. (c) the strong force. 

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