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    Questions 2 and 4
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    (Original post by HN786)
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    picture isnt very clear
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    (Original post by Yasiin2000)
    picture isnt very clear
    Question 2 says: The list below shows the steps for separating sand and salt.Number the steps in right order starting with 1
    crystallisation crushing dissolving heating filtration
    Question 4 says : Draw and label a diagram to show how you would set up equipment to filter and crystallise a mixture of salt sand and waterloo get samples of salt and sand
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    Can someone help
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    (Original post by HN786)
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    Hi what's the issue?
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    Could you take a better picture?
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    The answer is 5 and arf
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    i put the questions earlier in the thread
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    question 2
    dissolve, filter, heat, crystalise, crush
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    God, I don't understand why people come here asking for the answers straight away.
    It's easier to just research it online or something.
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    (Original post by HN786)
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    (Original post by Carthaginian)
    God, I don't understand why people come here asking for the answers straight away.
    It's easier to just research it online or something.
    haha that's what i always think; most of the questions you can type into google and get an answer straight away!
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    Do you not think I tried google otherwise why would I be here and Charlie66 I don't know if your answer is right my classmates said crushing dissolving filter heat then crystallise
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    (Original post by HN786)
    Do you not think I tried google otherwise why would I be here and Charlie66 I don't know if your answer is right my classmates said crushing dissolving filter heat then crystallise
    But how do you crush sand and salt when it's already crushed? I think Charlie66 is right, because the salt is in crystals so you crush it at the end.

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