A sample of naturally occurring silicon consists of 28^Si (27.9769), 29^Si (28.9765), and 30^Si (29.9738). If the atomic weight of silicon is 28.0855 and the natural abundance of 29^Si is 4.68%, what are the natural abundances of 28^Si and 30^Si?
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