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An element is highly conductive, highly reactive, soft, and lustrous. The element most likely belongs to which group?(1 point)

noble gases
noble gases

transition metals
transition metals

metalloids
metalloids

alkali metals

How does mercury differ from other metals?(1 point)

It is not lustrous.
It is not lustrous.

It is not solid under normal conditions.
It is not solid under normal conditions.

It does not chemically react with other elements.
It does not chemically react with other elements.

It does not conduct electricity.
It does not conduct electricity.

Use the periodic table to answer the question.



Based on patterns in the periodic table, which element is the least malleable in its solid state?

(1 point)

copper (Cu)

strontium (Sr)

phosphorus (P)

antimony (Sb)

In which group of elements does tellurium (Te) belong?

(1 point)

lanthanides
lanthanides

alkali metals
alkali metals

metalloids
metalloids

transition metals

Which statement describes the properties of lanthanoids and actinoids?(1 point)

They are brittle and dull, and they tend to be poor conductors of both electricity and thermal energy.
They are brittle and dull, and they tend to be poor conductors of both electricity and thermal energy.

They are malleable and lustrous, and they tend to conduct both electricity and thermal energy.
They are malleable and lustrous, and they tend to conduct both electricity and thermal energy.

They are malleable and lustrous, and they tend to be poor conductors of both electricity and thermal energy.
They are malleable and lustrous, and they tend to be poor conductors of both electricity and thermal energy.

They are brittle and dull, and they tend to conduct both electricity and thermal energy.

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  2. B - alkali metals
    C. It is not solid under normal conditions.
    A - phosphorus (P)
    B. metalloids
    B - They are malleable and lustrous, and they tend to conduct both electricity and thermal energy.

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  4. Anonymous is 100% correct. Thank you so much! I got my science grade up <3

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  5. why thank you, i was failing physical and this helped. lol

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  6. It's still correct in September. Thank you Anonymous and Scarlet Witch for confirming the answers.

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  7. As of now it is still correct, many thanks to anonymous

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  8. (FOR 9TH GRADE) This sadly gave me a horrible grade, only two were right

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  9. sadly anonymous' answers are wrong for the first 4. only got one right (10th GRADE)

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  10. thank goodness i can never find chemistry on anything love yousss anyomonus

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  11. In 11th grade, all were correct but 1. actual answer is noble gases

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