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Which of the following is considered a chemical reaction? Answer A.water melting B.water decomposing C.water freezing
B.water decomposing is considered a chemical reaction.
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User: Which of the following is considered a chemical reaction? Answer A.water melting B.water decomposing C.water freezing

Weegy: B.water decomposing is considered a chemical reaction.
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User: Which of the following is considered a physical change? Answer a.burning paper b.rusting of metal c.evaporating water

Weegy: c.evaporating water is considered a physical change.
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User: If you chop wood for a fire and then burn the wood, you have made both physical and chemical changes. Answer True or False

Weegy: If you chop wood for a fire and then burn the wood, you have made both physical and chemical changes. TRUE.
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User: thank you very much. In a cold pack, an ___________ reaction draws heat from the surroundings. Answer a.exothermic b.endothermic c.exergonic

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