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Mixtures are not physically combined.
a) False
c) Hmm...I don\'t know
d) True

The solute is __________.
a) what is being mixed
b) what stuff is being mixed into
c) a new substance
d) a solution

All mixtures are made the same way
a) False
b) True
c) Sort of...

What the solute is mixed into is called the ________.
a) Solvent
b) Solutor
c) Compound
d) Seltzer water

A solution is a type of mixture that looks __________.
a) The same throughout
b) Different throughout
c) Cloudy with particles suspended
d) Like a bear

A solution is ________.
a) A Homogeneous mixture
b) A Heterogeneous mixture

Mixtures that have large particles throughout that eventually settle to the bottom are classified as _____.
a) Suspensions
b) Solutions
c) Colloids
d) Gels

A __________ is a type of mixture that may look the same throughout, but it has particles that are scattered everywhere. These particles never settle out.
a) Colloid
b) Suspension
c) Solution
d) Liquid

If I want to boil a substance in order to separate its parts, this process is called _________.
a) Distillation
b) Suspension
c) Solution
d) Colloid

Smoke is an example of ______.
a) Aerosol
b) Gel
c) Foam
d) Emulsion

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