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Any thing that has mass and takes up space is ( matter ) .

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The answer is B okay I cant beleive i got it right

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Why is it the buoyant force of water, because buoyant force is pushing upwards and should make it easier, shouldn't it.

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Why is sugar in watera physical change explain it now

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This is wrong. tap water is a HOMOGENOUS MIXTURE. i hope people will see this and not get the wrong answer on a test/ quiz. please have someone change that answer.

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There are many times when sugar dissolves into the water. The most common occurrence is when making tea or coffee. One adds sugar for the taste to their liking. When sugar is added, it dissolves and is mixed into the tea or coffee. When this occurs, new bonds are formed between sugar and water....

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The answer to this is Chlorine. Chlorine is one of the most well-known elements probably because it is being used for a lot of purposes. A lot of our drinking water is treated a bit with chlorine so that it will be safe to drink. Chlorine is also used in a lot of swimming pools to keep it clean...

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Cm3 is the right answerdummy lol wow i am in 6th grade and i got it right.

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Is NH4 because NH3 is nitrate no ammonia :( :( :( :( b bdtghetghaeq

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Tap water is a homogenous mixture. A heterogeneous mixture implies the different components can be distinguished, whereas tap water appears clear and unanimous throughout, thus a homogenous mixture. dH2O would be a compound, but tap water is homogenous.

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