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which of the following is a homogeneous mixture?
A. Salt water
B. Beef stew
C. Sand and water
D. Soil***

I don’t feel confident in this one. Can some please help me?

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asked by Castiel
  1. You're right not to feel confident. Soils isn't right. What is a homogeneous mixure? D is not; soil is a mixture but it has several components. C obviously has two components. B obviously has beef, veggies, broth, etc.

    posted by DrBob222
  2. I think it’s C then?

    posted by Castiel
  3. NO ! sand and water is sand AND water

    posted by Damon
  4. Was my answer completely out of the ball park? Did you read my answer? I TOLD you it wasn't D and COULD NOT be C or B. And you picked C anyway? Gads!

    posted by DrBob222

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