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1. State one property in which a solution of sugar in water resembles a mixture of sugar and sand, and one property in which it differs from it?

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    sugar in water and sugar in sand: both contain sugar.

    sugar dissolves in water; sugar does not dissolve in sand.

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    sugardissolve in watet ,does not disolve in sand

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