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The addition of antifreeze to water in a car radiator causes the freezing point of the mixture to: a. increase. b. decrease. c. remain the same. d. vary unpredictably.

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The addition of antifreeze to water in a car radiator causes the freezing point of the mixture to: a. increase. b. decrease. c. remain the same. d. vary unpredictably.

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DestinedForDestiny

The addition of antifreeze to water in a car radiator causes the freezing point of the mixture to increase. The answer is letter A. It protects the car radiator from freezing due to cold temperatures. It is added below the freezing point of water to prevent it from solidifying.

May 11, 2002 07:51

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