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Which of the following substances dissolves in water?
a) Sugar b) Sand c) Gravel d) Soil
Which of the following mixtures is NOT a solution?
a) Iced Tea b) iron filings and sand c) food coloring and water d) hot chocolate
Which of the following mixtures is also a solution?
a) Sand and water b) A salad c) Pizza d) Coffee
What happens to salt particles when they are mixed with water?
a) They disappear. b) They get larger. c) They get smaller. d) They sink to the bottom.
What tool would you use to measure the mass of salt crystals?
a) A hand lens b) a graduated cylinder c) a pan balance d) a ruler
In which of the following would sugar dissolve the SLOWEST?
a) Water at 90 degrees Celsius b) Water at 10 degrees Celsius c) Water at 80 degrees Celsius d) Water at 70 degrees Celsius
In which of the following would baking soda dissolve the QUICKEST?
a) Water at 70 degrees Celsius b) Water at 50 degrees Celsius c) Water at 90 degrees Celsius d) Water at 75 degrees Celsius
A mixture is also a solution when...
a) one substance mixes with another b) one substance dissolves into another c) one substance settles to the bottom of another d) one substance floats to the top of another
Which mixture would be easiest to separate?
a) saltwater b) a cupcake c) baking soda and vinegar d) A fruit salad
Which tool would you use to separate powder from water?
a) a spoon b) a mesh screen c) a paper filter d) a graduated cylinder
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