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A mixture of sugar and water can be separated by ______________. Choose ALL that apply. (2 points)

Box 1. using a magnet
Box 2. boiling the mixture
Box 3. evaporating the mixture
Box 4. using a filter

I picked "Box 2" and "Box 3"

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  1. One of your answers is correct.

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