tick the correct options : burning of coal is a/an................ change a. reversible b. irreversible c. natural d. human - made

When coal is burned, it undergoes a chemical transition, resulting in the formation of new substances such as carbon dioxide and water. Burning coal is categorised as a chemical change since it is irreversible in nature and results in the development of a new material that cannot be converted back to coal.

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