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Why would I need to learn about the periodic table, it's no useful in life.
I mean just look at it, how did scientists even make this. How is it even organized?!?!?! I don't know how any of these elements look like.
See that's were you're wrong kiddo. The periodic table is very organized and the elements are easy to recognize.
Now get out of the road before you get run over!!
To answer the statement about organization, the numbers by the symbols are the elements atomic number. Which also show how many protons and electrons an element has, but the numbers below the symbol is the mass which you subtract the mass and the atomic number to get the amount of neutrons.
Elements can either lose or be added electrons the added one are anions and the ones with lose electrons are cations. Another thing about organization is that if you want to get into it you can look for the atomic radius which is the lowest and the left of the elements, and highest to the right is the ionization energy.
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