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State whether the following statements are True/False.
1.The fabric terywool is obtained by mixing terylene and wool.
2. Synthetic fibre does not melt on heating.
3. It is risky to wear synthetic clothes while working in the kitchen.
4./b>Most of the plastics are biodegradable.
Synthetic fibres melt on heating.
[Note: A disadvantage of synthetic fibre is that they melt on heating, hence it should not be worn in the kitchen.]
Most of the plastics are non-biodegradable.
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