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The atomic number of an electrically neutral atom is equal to the number of:
Choose all that apply.

Neutrons

Electrons

Protons

I chose Electrons but somehow my homework program is telling me it's wrong? I also tried checking all of them.

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    protons

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    For a chemically neutral element (BOTH) electrons and protons is the correct answer.

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    Neutrons and Protons

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