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I believe that there is an equation to find electronegativity, however I don't think that we've been taught it. As long as you know that electronegativity increases across and decreases down the periodic table you should be good. If we need exact numbers, they will probably be given to us.
In our textbook there is an example of a period table that shows electronegativity in chapter two which is used to answer some of the questions at the end of the chapter. However, I believe that we only need to know the general trends for this class right now (not the actual numbers) so there should be no need to do any calculations.
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