Carbon reacts with oxygen to form two compounds. Compound A contains 2.61 g of carbon for every 3.49 g of oxygen. Compound B contains 6.94 g of carbon for every 18.5 g of oxygen. What is the smallest whole mass ratio of oxygen that combines with a fixed mass of carbon.
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