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Instructions All work must be completed silently and independently. any qluestions, For raiseyour hand and wait for Mr. Larkin. Read each questioncarefully and completely and either choosethe bestansweror write down a correctrespanse. You mustannotatethe questions this exam.IF YOU DO NOT ANNOTATE, YOU WILL on AUTOMATICALLY RECEIVEA SCOREOF ZERO.After you have finished, checkyour u,ork and cometurn in the examand answersheet.

1.a : Sfudentsknow how to relate the position of an elementin the periodic table to its atomic number and atomic mass.
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c. Nickel hasfewer electrons d. Cobalt hasa lower density

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It is all about lhe learning 3) GeE4aliy, how do atomicmasses fary'throughoutthe periodic. table of the elements? /;\ from left to right and top to bottom ' {uJ They increase b" They increasefrom left to right and bottom to top c. They increasefrom right to left and top to bottom d. They increasefrom right to left and bottom to top. 4) Inwhich reglqn of the periodic table would you find the element with the t@,+ atomic number? ' :

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5) Which of the following atomshas6-v)lence electrons? a. Magnesium(Mg) b. Silicon(Si)

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d. Number of completelyfilled sublevels

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