# mass

why dose the mass not change if you brake a cookie in have

1. 1.What was the purpose of Jim Crow laws in South Carolina?

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2. Don't piggy-back one question with another. Separate them into different posts that can be answered one at a time.

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3. it is on

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4. As to the cookie, is the less cookie if it's broken into pieces? It's all there, isn't it, just in pieces.

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