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BC: Broken plastic is a physical change because even though the glass is broken it's still glass, no content was changed.

FC: Physical And Chemical Changes Morgan Winkelmann 7th Period- Hebert

1: Chemical Changes!

2: Photosynthesis is a chemical change because it changes carbon dioxide and water into glucose and oxygen, which means the content, was changed.

3: Rusted metal is a chemical change because it's altering the metals composition.

4: Rotting fruit is a chemical change because once the fruit is rotten you can't change it back to the original substance.

5: Burning wood is a chemical change because as the wood is burning the composition is changing.

6: Fireworks are a chemical change because when the fireworks explodes it's a new substance.

7: Digesting food is a chemical change because the composition of the food is being changed by the acids in your stomach can't be changed back.

8: Physical Changes!

9: A towel absorbing water is a physical change because the water is not changing the towel into anything different.

10: Inflating a balloon is a physical change because all it's doing is adding air to the inside of the balloon, no change in substance is occurring.

11: Ripping tin foil is a physical change because you are only changing its shape, not its content.

12: Crumbled paper is a physical change because the paper is still paper it's just not smooth anymore.

13: Melted ice is a physical changed because even though it's changing into a different form it's still water.

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