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What physical property could you use to separate sand and sugar? How would you do it?

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    Isn't sugar soluble in water and sand isn't soluble in water? You work out the details.

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    if you had a bucket that contained a mixture of sand and seashells ,how might you use the physical properties of the seashells them from the sand ?

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    I would sort them by a struiner

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