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You have a sneaky, but not especially clever, roommate who doesn't like the ice cream itself, but cannot resist picking out eating the chips – and in an effort to avoid detection, he replaces each one he consumes with a raisin.
He is afraid to do this with all of the chocolate chips, so instead, each day, he swipes half of the number of remaining chocolate chips and puts raisins in their place, never quite completing his diabolical transformation of your dessert, but getting closer and closer.
Uranium's atomic number is 92, corresponding to its number of protons.
Imagine that you enjoy a certain kind of ice cream flavored with chocolate chips.
" What you're actually looking for here is the temperature, which is fundamentally a description of how quickly molecules in the air are moving and colliding with one another, translated into a convenient number.