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The correct answer to this question is A. A solution is a mixture made up of at least substances, and usually it is hard to separate the two after the solution is mixed. A solution is two components: a solvent and a solute. The solvent is the mixture that makes up the majority of the solu...Read More

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Stirring- ex-if you want to make NaCl solution ,you mix water and NaCl and if you stir it the dissolving will be fasten up.heating- As we all know , on heating expansion occurs. In expansion molecules of any state of matter on gaining energy start moving away from other molecules,thus,having more...Read More

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A solvent is a substance that does the dissolving. For instance, water is a solvent. You can dissolve different things in it. They usually dissolve with a solute to form a solution. Different solvents dissolve different things. For instance, water cannot dissolve oil. However, alcohol can...Read More

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The sugar in a sweetened tea is the exact same as sugar in water/tea. In this case, the tea is the solute and the water is the solvent. This is because the solvent (water) is the one dissolving the solute (tea). Therefore the sugar is known as a solute - as the sugar is getting dissolved in the...Read More

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Carbon dioxide is a compound because it is two elements chemically combined. when there are number it most likely is a compound.

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It can't be separated because it is CHEMICALLY COMBINED

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I agree!! Can; water, can be separated by electorolysis :)

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It can be exothermic because exothermic means giving out heat it is giving out heat and then melting

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I think that all of the given choices are examples of chemical change. Anything that involves burning will usually result in a chemical change. Rusting of iron is also a form of chemical change because the steel has reacted with something that made it rust that way. Photosynthesis is also a...Read More

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