What are real-life examples of solubility?

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Solubility is the ability of a substance to dissolve into another. A real life example of solubility is when you stir anything into water and it disappears, such as salt or sugar. Another definition of solubility is 'the property that makes something possible to solve.' A real life example of that is a math equation that has a correct answer.
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