ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BY USING THE ARTICLE BELOW https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/cold-colder-and-coldest-ice 1.Give a brief summary of
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https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/cold-colder-and-coldest-ice

1. Give a brief summary of the article.

2. Water molecules interact with charged ions because water is a polar molecule. What does it mean to be a polar molecule? (You might glean enough to answer this question from the article, or you could apply information from class or another source of your choice. Cite your source if you use one.)

3. Can you think of any possible applications to being able to adjust the freezing point of water as in this article?  (No right or wrong answers here, just give whatever answer occurs to you.)

4. In the experiment described in the article, what were the independent and dependent variables being studied?

5. In the experiment described in the article, what hypothesis does it seem like the scientists were testing?

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