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choose the one option that gives the total number of krypton particles produced up to and including the eight stage.
A.2^6 B.2^7 C.8^2 D.2(2^8-1) E.2^8-1 F.(2^8-1)/2

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  1. Isn't this physics? Inadequate data.

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