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In a heterogeneous mixture the materials are mixed together and A. can not be separated. B. will be easily separated. C. lose their own properties.
The answer is B. will be easily separated.
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User: In a heterogeneous mixture the materials are mixed together and A. can not be separated. B. will be easily separated. C. lose their own properties.





Weegy: The answer is B. will be easily separated.
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User: Which of these would be easily soluble in water? A. salt B. oil C. aluminum foil

Weegy: A. salt is easily soluble in water
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User: What affects solubility? A. temperature, lack of pressure, density, size of particles, and quantity B. temperature, pressure, chemical make up, size of the particles, and quantity C. temperature, pressure, density, size of particles, and quantity D. temperature, lack of pressure, density, and quantity

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