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How many hydrogen atoms are present in 1.02 mg of aspartame?

I already got that there are 2.08e18 molecules of aspartame in 1.02mg of aspartame but i am not sure how to find how many atoms of hydrogen there are

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    The molecular formula for aspartame is C14H18N2O5. There are 18 atoms H in 1 molecule of aspartame. You know molecules of aspartame and that x 18. right?

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    it is wrong

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