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You'll have to answer these questions in order.
- What three quarks are make up the negative omega?
- If the negative omega has a charge of -1, what must the charge on a strange quark be?
- What three quarks form the negative xi?
- If the negative xi has a charge of -1, what must the charge on a down quark be?
- What three quarks are in the neutral xi?
- If the neutral xi has zero charge, what must the charge on an up quark be?
- The positive pion is made of an up quark and an anti-down quark. What is the charge on an anti-down quark if the charge on a positive pion is +1?
- What two quarks are in the positive kaon?
- If the charge on a positive kaon is +1, what is charge on an anti-strange quark?
- The anti-lambda is formed by an anti-up, an anti-down, and an anti-strange quark. What is the charge on an anti-down quark if the charge on the anti-lambda is zero?
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