If a radio active isotope with atomic number A and mass number M emits an alpha particle, the atomic number and mass number of that new isotope will become

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  1. A, M-2
  2. A-2, M
  3. A-2, M-2
  4. A-2 , M-4
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Answer: Option 4

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