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How could you turn a heterogeneous mixture of salt an sugar and baking soda into a homogeneous mixture?

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Baking soda is a homogeneous mixture, not a heterogeneous one. You can turn a heterogeneous mixture of salt, sugar, and baking soda into a homogeneous mixture by blending them together evenly. If you mix the ingredients together so that you cannot see the separate ingredients, you have created a homogeneous mixture.
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