Technically correct. The best kind of correct!
@tampon thief, As a matter of fact it is the only one that is correct 100% of the time since an ionized atom would have a different number of protons and electrons
@TriangleTesticles, that's what I was thinking. Also different isotopes have different number of neutrons so that answer wouldn't be correct either.
@StoneFarb, teachers in grade school and high school did this shjt all the time. They'd probably say something like "well we haven't gone over ionization or isotopes yet" and I'd be like shouldn't you form the question based off of what is true and false, instead of what you think our knowledge ought to be limited to? I shouldn't lose points because I know more than you think I did.
@StoneFarb, It was always annoying when chemistry teachers in HS would teach something intentionally wrong because it was easier to explain because then when I got to college chemistry I had to forget the wrong way and learn the more complicated right way.
Why are you booing me? I'm right.