Question:

Calcium is element #20 on the periodic table. So where did all the calcium currently in your bones originally come from? O a. th

Calcium is element #20 on the periodic table. So where did all the calcium currently in
your bones originally come from?
O
a.
the accretion disks around neutron stars, where matter becomes hot enough to make calcium
b. from the initial moments after the Big Bang itself, when conditions allowed for fusion of heavy elements
c. from the generation of calcium in the cores of medium-mass (sun-like) stars
d. from supernova explosions of stars

Calcium is element #20 on the periodic table. So where did all the calcium currently in your bones originally come from? O a. the accretion disks around neutron stars, where matter becomes hot enough to make calcium b. from the initial moments after the Big Bang itself, when conditions allowed for fusion of heavy elements c. from the generation of calcium in the cores of medium-mass (sun-like) stars d. from supernova explosions of stars