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Can someone help me organize 16 items by chemical and physical properties on a 4x4 periodic table???

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    1.legos 2,plastic tie 3.lincolns log 4.paper clip 5.marker 6.plastic spatula 7.clothespin 8.metal pen 9.rubber eraser 10.rubber ball 11.rubber bands 11.metal jacks 12.metal pots 13.wood pencil 14.wood spoon

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    actually 14

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    Is this the question you want help with?

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    yes please

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    physically (and chemically) I see plastic, metal, rubber and wood as 4 'headings' Now you need 4 heading down the side to order them in...

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    yeah i know i need to organize plastic metal rubber wood i didn't get the other order

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    it is an open ended task (which means no definitive right/wrong answer). you just choose a criteria that you can use to rank them within their categories, then stick to it! how about weight?

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    but would weight be a chemical or physical property?

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    weight? physical really, though you could argue chemical. surely it doesn't matter? true chemical is difficult with those items. I think material then weight would be ok. or material and volume/size? honestly, just pick your choice and carry out the organisation to those rules, so long as you explain your table, it is right.

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    okk thx :)

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