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    Metal as Alloy

    Bronze: 88%
    Brass: 76%
    Monel: 30%
    Silver: 7.5%
    Which of these metals are alloys?

    Choose one of the following. formCheckList.addElement(new Check_Answer({ref_label:"6",name:"mc-ans-_1024572_1"}));Bronze Bronze; brass Bronze; brass; monel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazza View Post
    Bronze: 88%
    Brass: 76%
    Monel: 30%
    Silver: 7.5%
    Which of these metals are alloys?

    Choose one of the following. formCheckList.addElement(new Check_Answer({ref_label:"6",name:"mc-ans-_1024572_1"}));Bronze Bronze; brass Bronze; brass; monel.
    all of these are alloys. are you sure you have the right question? do you know what an alloy is? see here

    This is my 23th post!!!
    Last edited by Jhevon; June 11th 2007 at 08:16 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazza View Post
    Bronze: 88%
    Brass: 76%
    Monel: 30%
    Silver: 7.5%
    Alloys are mixtures of at least two distinct metal. And a metal are the metals on the periodic table.

    The only one on the table is Silver, represented as Ag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker View Post
    Alloys are mixtures of at least two distinct metal. And a metal are the metals on the periodic table.

    The only one on the table is Silver, represented as Ag.
    but it says 7.5% which means it is not pure silver. but i guess i see what you're saying. i thought as you did, but the percentages are what i'm not sure about
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