1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A classmate says "Since there are 2n^2 electrons possible in each energy level, and the atom with the greatest number of electrons has 118 electrons, that must mean that u is the highest possible value for n, because a value of 7 gives 2n^2 = 98 nad a value of 8 gives 2n^2=128. 2. Relevant equations a) state two problems with this reasoning b)How many energy levels are there for a given atom 3. The attempt at a solution So far I said the problem for his reasoning was that the value of n can range from n=1 to n= infinity for a) and for b) I've said that there are an infinite amount of energy levels in an atom.