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Can you check this for me?
What is the difference between homegenous mixtures and heterogeneous mixtures?

The difference between the two is that in a homogeneous mixture, the ingredients or elements are uniformly spread while in a hetergeneous mixture, it's the exact opposite. One part might have more than the other.

This is what I got: I'm confused...is it the other way around?

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    A heterogeneous mixture is one that does not blend smoothly and in which the individual substances remain distinct. A homogeneous mixture has the same composition throughout, and always has the same phase.

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    ...so this is correct?

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    yes, mc, you are correct.

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    (:
    -MC

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