Answer check please!

Just need someone to look my homework over, so I know if I am doing these right.

[b]Find the number of atoms in:[/b]
a) 52.5g of Calcium metal
b) 1.5 mol of Carbon
c) 1.5 mol of Carbon dioxide

[b]Answers:[/b]

[b]a)[/b] Atomic mass of Ca=40.1g

52.5g Ca x 1mol Ca / 40.1g Ca = 1.32mol

1.32 moles of Ca x 6.02x10^23 / 1 mol Ca = [b]7.95x10^23 atoms Ca[/b]

[b]b)[/b] 1.5 moles C x 6.02x10^23 / 1mol C = [b]9.03x10^23 atoms C[/b]

[b]c)[/b] 1.5 moles CO2 x 6.02x10^23 / 1mol C02 = [b]9.03x10^23 atoms C02[/b]

Please let me know if they are right, explaining where I went wrong with wrong answers.

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