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Are the following compounds or mixtures? Please help to check the answers.
1) starch - compound
2) chalk - compound
3) coal - mixture
4) drain water -compound

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    I agree with starch, chalk, and coal but I disagree with drain water (although drain water may have compounds in it).

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