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What is the name of the 2nd biggest planet in our solar system?

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    Saturn

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    K is the chemical symbol for which element?

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    Potassium

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    Last one. What is the first element on the periodic table? I already answered these questions but I'm making sure they are correct:D Thanks

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    Ok.:D The last one is Hydrogen

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