anonymous
  • anonymous
A mixture requires constant shaking to keep its constituents combined. It is best described as a______. A. homogenous mixture B. colloid C. suspension D. solution Please I need help!!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It would be a solution, where the solute dissolves in the solvent.
Ramzy197
  • Ramzy197
the answer is suspension because if you have to continously shake the mixture for it to stay mixed that means the constituent is suspended idk if that makes sense but i how it does lol
Ramzy197
  • Ramzy197
i hope this helps
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jebonna
  • jebonna
From this explanation I found online, if a mixture is left to stand and it separates, it is a suspension mixture. The mixture in your question needs constant shaking to stay combined meaning if it WAS left to stand the constituents would separate therefore I think @Ramzy197 is correct
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anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you!!
Ramzy197
  • Ramzy197
no problem :)

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