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A beaker contains a mixture of sand and salt. A student adds water to dissolve the salt. Which processes can be used to separate out the sand and salt?

distillation to collect the sand and filtration to collect the salt

distillation to collect both the sand and the salt

filtration to collect both the sand and the salt

filtration to collect the sand and distillation to collect the salt

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  1. filtration to collect the sand and distillation to collect the salt

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  2. Here are da answers:
    1. Heating the liquids and letting one boil away first.
    2. Magnetism
    3. Boil the water away, leaving the substance behind the water.
    4. Filtration to collect the sand and distillation to collect the salt
    They are all 100%

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  3. Omg thank you so much bro ur a life saver 100% correct

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