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###### 1. The proton hasa smaller mass and the same charge as the electron.a larger mass and opposite charge as the electron.a smaller mass and opposite charge as the electron.the same mass and charge as the electron.2. The neutron hasthe same approximate mass and charge as an electron.the same approximate mass and charge as a proton.the same approximate mass as a proton, but no charge.the same approximate mass as an electron, but no charge.

1. The proton has a smaller mass and the same charge as the electron. a larger mass and opposite charge as the electron. a smaller mass and opposite charge as the electron. the same mass and charge as the electron. 2. The neutron has the same approximate mass and charge as an electron. the same approximate mass and charge as a proton. the same approximate mass as a proton, but no charge. the same approximate mass as an electron, but no charge.

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