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Problem: What is the difference between a homogenous and a heterogeneous mixture?(a) A homogeneous mixture has the same composition throughout, while a heterogeneous mixture has different compositions in different regions.(b) A homogeneous mixture consist of only one compound, while a heterogeneous mixture consist of two or more compounds(c) A homogeneous mixture consist of compounds in the same state, while a heterogeneous mixture consist of compounds in different states.(d) A homogeneous mixture has different compositions in different regions, while a heterogeneous mixture has the same composition throughout. 

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homogeneous  → same composition throughout

heterogeneous → different composition in different regions


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What is the difference between a homogenous and a heterogeneous mixture?

(a) A homogeneous mixture has the same composition throughout, while a heterogeneous mixture has different compositions in different regions.

(b) A homogeneous mixture consist of only one compound, while a heterogeneous mixture consist of two or more compounds

(c) A homogeneous mixture consist of compounds in the same state, while a heterogeneous mixture consist of compounds in different states.

(d) A homogeneous mixture has different compositions in different regions, while a heterogeneous mixture has the same composition throughout. 

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