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Which argument best explains the charge of an atomic nucleus?

An atomic nucleus is positively charged because it is composed of neutrons.
An atomic nucleus is positively charged because it is composed of protons.
An atomic nucleus is negatively charged because it is composed of electrons.
An atomic nucleus is negatively charged because it is composed of neutrons.

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  1. An atomic nucleus is positively charged because it is composed of protons.

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  2. correct

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  3. great job!!

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  4. Ty

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