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Which ones apply to a homogeneous mixture? I think only # 4 and 7 apply?

1. Does not settle on standing
2. scatters light
3. can separate when allowed to stand
4. contains only fixed amts of components
5. Often appears cloudy
6. components do not lose their own properties
7. looks the same throughout
8. Amounts of diff components may vary

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    1,7,8

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    1,6,7, and 8

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