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Where did the elements heavier than hydrogen and helium come from?

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Default Where did the elements heavier than hydrogen and helium come from?



a. They were produced in the Big Bang.

b. They evolved from hydrogen and helium shortly after the Big Bang.

c. They were produced inside stars.

d. They were produced inside dense interstellar gas.

e. all of the above.

*I think the answer is e all of the above, but I'd like some feedback.
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