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How can we separate wheat , sugar and husk from their mixture ??

How can we separate wheat , sugar and husk from their mixture ??

Grade:6

5 Answers

Adarsh
763 Points
3 years ago
Dear Student,
we can separate husk by winnowing and by seiving you can separate sugar and wheat .
Thanks and Regards
Adarsh
Varsha Shivanand K
56 Points
3 years ago
We can separate wheat, sugar and husk from their mixture by following the processes:-
(1)  Separate wheat from the mixture by the process of winnowing.In the process of winnowing, wind is used. The lighter particles (husk particles) fly away whereas heavy particles(wheat and sugar form a heap.
(2)  Separate wheat and sugar by the process of seiving. In this process, the smaller particles( sugar) pass through the sieve whereas the larger particles(wheat) remain on the sieve.
lol
16 Points
2 years ago
u can seerate wheat by winnoing and u can dissove the sugar and recrystalize the sugar later and hence the wheat will be left 
Siddharth Singh
100 Points
2 years ago
We can separate wheat, sugar and husk from their mixture by following the processes:-(1) Separate wheat from the mixture by the process of winnowing.In the process of winnowing, wind is used. The lighter particles (husk particles) fly away whereas heavy particles(wheat and sugar form a heap.(2) Separate wheat and sugar by the process of seiving. In this process, the smaller particles( sugar) pass through the sieve whereas the larger particles(wheat) remain on the sieve...
Scholr Boy
87 Points
2 years ago
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We can separate wheat, sugar and husk from their mixture by following the processes:-
(1)  Separate wheat from the mixture by the process of winnowing.In the process of winnowing, wind is used. The lighter particles (husk particles) fly away whereas heavy particles(wheat and sugar form a heap.
(2)  Separate wheat and sugar by the process of seiving. In this process, the smaller particles( sugar) pass through the sieve whereas the larger particles(wheat) remain on the sieve.

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