7th Grade Science

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What can be inferred after performing the experiments in the atomic theory lab?
A) Where matter comes from
B) How salt is formed
C) If salt can dissolve in water
D) If matter is created or destroyed

Is it D?

  • 7th Grade Science -

    D is incorrect because matter cannot be created nor destroyed.
    The correct answer is A.

  • 7th Grade Science -

    Oh, Thank You Lisa.

  • 7th Grade Science -

    D, is the correct answer. Just used A as an answer and it was wrong.

  • 7th Grade Science -

    Are you sure, Yui

  • 7th Grade Science -

    do you're chores lisa

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    math

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