anonymous
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Which answer correctly describes the difference between a homogeneous mixture and a heterogeneous mixture? A. homogeneous mixture: uniform composition throughout heterogeneous mixture: easily distinguished substances of mixture B. homogeneous mixture: looks like it is made up of many substances heterogeneous mixture: looks like it is one substance C. heterogeneous mixture: also known as a solution homogeneous mixture: also known as a solid D. heterogeneous mixture: requires chemical separation methods
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iwillrektyou
  • iwillrektyou
Hello, so basically, a heterogeneous mixture's components can be seen. A homogeneous mixture's is so well mixed that you cannot see the difference.
anonymous
  • anonymous
NIGHT :(
anonymous
  • anonymous
^ true. Homo means same. Hetero means different. HomoGenous means that the mixture looks the same all throughout it, Hetero means that it looks different throughout.

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Nighty Night. School isn't tomorrow isn't it. <('_'<(
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School is tomorrow*

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