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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Bonds and Mixing Questions

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Grade 6 Bonds and Mixing
Susan and Hector made three different mixtures which consisted of (1) baking soda and water, (2) gravel and water (3) table salt and water. Which of the following explains why table salt and water is also a solution?
  1. the salt dissolved in the water
  2. the contents can be separated by a filter
  3. the salt settles at the bottom
  4. the contents can be separated with a screen
Grade 6 Bonds and Mixing
A mixture is a substance
  1. with one type of matter.
  2. that can be evaporated.
  3. with two or more types of matter.
  4. that cannot be separated.
Grade 6 Bonds and Mixing
Homogeneous mixtures are things mixed in different amounts.
  1. This statement is correct.
  2. This statement is incorrect.
Grade 6 Bonds and Mixing
Grade 6 Bonds and Mixing
Grade 6 Bonds and Mixing
Which of the following substances will NOT dissolve?
  1. sugar
  2. sand
  3. salt
  4. coffee grains
  5. bath salts
  6. flour
Grade 6 Bonds and Mixing
What is a mixture?
  1. Something that tastes good.
  2. Anything that needs to be picked up.
  3. Anything that has more than two types of items in it.
  4. Something that can never be taken apart.
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