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Anna waters her plants with salty water to help them grow better. Is her thinking correct? No. The salt will interfere with absorption of water and the plants will die. No. The salt will cause the water to diffuse out of the plants and they will wilt. Yes. Salt will increase the water uptake of the plant. Yes. Salt will provide the plant with sodium and chloride ions.

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  1. Tarantulagirl98
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    I would say either the second option or the forth option, but I'd rather go with The second one. Hopefully this helps.

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