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Identify the correct neutrino (Ve, Vµ, Vτ or their anti-particles)

a) π+ —> p° + e+ + v
b) π+ —> p° + µ+ + v
c) τ+ —> e- + v + v

Please explain why too...I'm really lost. I'd appreciate any help.

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