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Are atoms bigger than neutrons true or false?

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True or false- a square number is always bigger than the number?

False. It is true for every positive number greater than 1, this includes non-integers, and any number less than zero. Numbers between 0 and 1 have squares smaller than their

True or false An element is made up of more than one kind of atom?

The answer to this question depends on the unstated definition of "kind of atom". All atoms of one element have the same atomic number, which equals the number of protons in n

Is a neutron Bigger than a quark?

Yes, neutrons are bigger than quarks; it takes three quarks to make  a neutron, and the whole is larger than the components. Based on  the current understanding of the force