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Complete the following radioactive decay problem.

234 4
U ---> He+
92 2

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  1. It's like a math problem.

    234 = 4 + ___

    92 = 2 + ___

    The top number = mass number = number of protons + number of neutrons

    The bottom number = number of protons

    Find the element that correspond to the top and bottom number.

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