For answering this question, you should recall what homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures are. If the mixture has one phase, it is homogeneous. Otherwise, it is heterogeneous.
So now, based on the above details will classify the given mixtures as homogeneous and heterogeneous.
- Homogeneous – Soda water, air, vinegar, filtered tea.
These fall under the category of the homogeneous mixture as the particles in this matter are not visible distinctly and behave as one phase.
- Heterogeneous – Wood, soil.
These fall under the category of the heterogeneous mixture as the particles in this matter are distinctly visible. We can observe that these are made up of two or more particles. Hence, it comprises more than one phase.