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at room temperature, a substance with a melting point of 40 degrees Celsius is a solid, liquid, gas, or mixture
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User: at room temperature, a substance with a melting point of 40 degrees Celsius is a solid, liquid, gas, or mixture

Weegy: liquid
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User: which action involves a chemical change? making ice cubes, adding sugar to tea, cutting wrapping paper, or baking a cake

Weegy: baking a cake
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