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Why is it that when you mix salt and water together, "It will still be salty and wet?"

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depends on how much of each quantity you mix i spose
the same amount
eww.. that sounds more mushy then salty and wet

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i dont know it was a question on my homework. maybe more salt then water. but still salt & water
it might be suggesting that salty and wet are not quantifiable terms but qualitative in nature
science can quantify; its hard to measure an objects innate quality tho
i think its becuz t hey are both homo generous or w.e
... could be that too :)
haha yes (:
i would have said a "solution" but not 100% on how the question was asked

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