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Listed below are six mixtures. Identify physical properties of the components that allow you to separate them. Then, explain the method you would use to separate the components.

Mixture 1: Salt dissolved in water
Physical Properties: Density
Method of Separation: Use a spoon to get particles of salt out.

Mixture 2: Yellow and red jelly beans
Physical Properties: Size
Method of Separation: To pick yellow or red jelly beans by hand put of bag.

Mixture 3: Salad Dressing(a mixture of vinegar and oil)
Physical Properties: Color
Method of Separation:

Mixture 4: Salt and gravel
Physical Properties: Size
Method of Separation:

Mixture 5: Muddy water
Physical Properties: Color
Method of Separation:

Mixture 6: Black sand and small iron filings
Physical Properties: Color
Method of Separation:

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