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A student adds 5 g each of sand, sugar, and salt to 50mL of water. Did he make a solution? Explain.

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  1. yes, but the sand is not part of it.

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  2. No

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  3. Yes,because he was adding all of the g and ml. So it is a yes

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  4. Yes because the student was adding all of the g and ml.So it is a yes

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  5. He did make a solution

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