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3. A metal from group 1 and a nonmetal from group 17 are?

A. Not likely to bond
B. Likely to form a covalent bond
C. Likely to form a ionic bond
D. Likely to form a metalloid
is it c pls help me

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  1. pls help me

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  2. very good. yes.

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  3. Metals from Group 1 are most likely to form ionic bonds
    Halogens, group 17, are also likely to form ionic bonds

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  4. wow this site is way better then brainly

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  5. ... i agree

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  6. C is the correct answer
    100%

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  7. yep

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  8. c is correct! 100%

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  9. guys its d. i said c and it was the only wrong question. those were his spam accounts trying to fail yall.

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  10. suuure janice. youre just mad bc you probably chose the wrong answer and not c :)))

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  11. @mika what and @... no it’s not so shut up

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  12. Be nice! Everyone has there own opinion

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