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What effect will dissolving larger amounts of salt in a beaker of water have on the concentration and conductivity of the solution?

1. The concentration does not change, but the conductivity increases.
2. Both concentration and conductivity decrease.
3. Both concentration and conductivity increase.
4. The concentration increases, but the conductivity does not change.

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  1. What do you think the answer is and why?

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  2. Both concentration and conductivity increase.

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  3. it’s 4

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  4. Y'all it's D I just took it

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  5. Ryan is wrong, there are two similar questions and D is the answer to the other question.

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