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what is the mass of a mole of M&M's? How do I do this?

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  1. Do you know the package weight? and the number of M&Ms in the package? or the mass of one M&M?
    6.023 x 10^23 x mass of one M&M = ??

    Or if you know the package weight and the # M&Ms in the package,
    (#M&Ms/package weight) x 6.02 x 10^23 = ??

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  2. 52 M&M's per package
    package weight .1034lb
    I have to use a factor equation to get the answer and I do not know how?

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  3. See the post above labeled Chemistry and its by Becky.

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