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Which of the following is a difference between a mixture and a compound?
A compound is chemically combined. A mixture is physically combined
A compound creates a new substance with new properties. A mixture keeps its properties
A mixture can be easily separated by a physical change. A compound requires a chemical change to be separated.
All of the above
SO4 is an example of which of the following?
Element and Atom
Atom, Compound, and Element
Compound and Atom
Trevor brought in two gold coins. One is large and one is small. Jayla says that the gold coins are made of different sized atoms because one coin is bigger than the other. Which statement below is correct?
Jayla is wrong because bigger coins mean bigger atoms.
Jayla is wrong because they are both gold so they have the same atoms it is just that the bigger coin has more gold atoms.
Jayla is wrong because all atoms are the exact same size regardless of what type of element they are talking about.
Jayla is right because gold atoms are bigger than all other atoms.