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1. Which of the following is an example of matter

A.Leaves
B.Shadows
C.Light from the sun
D.Sound<---

2.Which of the following IS an Example of a chemical property of matter

A.ability to melt
B.ability to frezze<---
C.Ability to Break
D.Ability To React

3.

The physical Property that makes metal pots good for cooking is_____________.

A. Flexibility <---
B. Electrical Conductivity
C. Flammability
D. heat Conductivity

A bucket of water and a cube of ice have different Chemical Properties.

True <---

False

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  1. All of your answers are wrong.

    Please study your text.

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  2. 1.A
    2.c
    3.D
    4.False

    Are these Right?

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  3. 1.A - yes
    2.c - no
    3.D - no
    4.False - yes

    I've checked your answers twice. Now you're on your own. Please do not post these again.

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  4. 1.A
    2.D
    3.B
    4.False
    Or
    1.A
    2.A
    3.C
    5.False

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  5. Neither
    A
    C
    D
    False

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  6. Other Anonymous dude is correct.

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  7. Its 1.A 2.C 3.D 4.False 100% correct

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  8. A C D False is right. Ms. Sue was so wrong.

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  9. Cookie dough is right

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