The example I used for my mixture was salt water. Salt water is an example because even though water is a chemical it got mixed with salt and now it isn't chemically made. It doesn't have the same "properties" that it had before when it was only water, because salt got added.
The example I used for my mixture was dishwater. Dishwater is an example because water by itself is the water we drink but it's chemically bonded. If you add Dishwater to it, it's not chemically bonded or has the same properties.
The example I used for my mixture was a soft drink. Softdrink is an example because at first it's just like normal water. As we all know normal water is chemically bonded. Then, they add all these things to make it into a soft drink which makes it a mixture because it's not chemically bonded.
The example I used for my heterogeneous mixture was crushed pepper. Crushed pepper is an example because you can actually put your hand in it and pick out the different parts. It's not like milk where you can't take anything out.
The example I used for my homogeneous mixture was lotion. Lotion is an example because it's not like you can squeeze some into your hand and see the little oxygen bubbles and all the other chemicals they put in it.