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Suppose you have two very sensitive balances that can measure the masses of individual particles, depicted below. In these figures, “p” corresponds to a proton, and “n” corresponds to a neutron.

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What is the relationship between the mass readings of the two balances? (Neglect differences due to experimental uncertainty.)



▸ The mass reading of balance 1 will be much higher than the mass reading of balance 2.

▸ The mass reading of balance 1 will be slightly higher than the mass reading of balance 2.

▸ The mass reading of balance 1 will be exactly the same as the mass reading of balance 2.

▸ The mass reading of balance 1 will be slightly lower than the mass reading of balance 2.

▸ The mass reading of balance 1 will be much lower than the mass reading of balance 2.
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