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A nitrogen atom has 7 protons, and its most common isotope has 7 neutrons. A radioactive isotope of nitrogen has 9 neutrons. What is the atomic number and what is the mass number of this radioactive nitrogen? Show all of your work for full credit

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    # protons = atomic number
    #protons + #neutrons = mass number.

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