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Which of the following does NOT happen when vinegar and baking soda react?

true or False?

  1. Damon

    If you tried to copy and paste choices, that does not work here.

  2. Marcus

    ????

  3. Damon

    All I see is :

    posted by Marcus today at 3:11pm.

    Which of the following does NOT happen when vinegar and baking soda react?

    true or False?

  4. bobpursley

    Marcus: clear your browser memory.

  5. Rye

    Pretty sure it is c...

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