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Accommodations on a True/False Test 2

Example 2

ORIGINAL TEXTBOOK PRESENTATION:

Determine whether each statement is true or false.  Then on a separate sheet of
paper, write "true" if it is true.  If it is false, change the underlined word or words
to make the statement true.
1. A solution is a heterogeneous mixture.
2. Two liquids that dissolve in each other are
     said to be miscible
3. The escape of a gas from a liquid solution is
     called ionization.
4. For solutions, like dissolves unlike.
  5. Soap does not lather easily in soft water.
  6. Acids are often defined as proton donors.
  7. Strong acids are poor electrolytes.
  8. All bases contain the hydroxide ion.
  9. A neutral solution has a pH of 0.
10. An acid reacts with a base in neutralization.
Physical Science. Prentice Hall, 1988, 231.

MODIFIED PRESENTATION OF THE SAME CONTENT FROM SIX OF THE STATEMENTS:


Number your paper from one through six.

READ EACH STATEMENT

Write "True" if the statement is true. Write "False" if the statement is not true.

_______1.  A solution is a heterogeneous mixture.

_______2.  Two liquids that dissolve in each other are said to be miscible.

_______3.  The escape of a gas from a liquid solution is called ionization.

_______4.  Soap does not lather easily in soft water.

_______5.  Acids are often defined as proton donors.

_______6.  Strong acids are poor electrolytes.