The fact that road salt lowers the freezing point of ice on roads?

(preventing the buildup of ice at moderately cold temperatures) can be explained by:
The high molecular weight of road salt
The fact that road salt is the same color as ice
Colligative properties
None of these

Colligative Properties
oh ok
thatd be c
i think its none of these or the first one
so is this a fact that isnt? its a multiple choice question
So, is that a poll question? I think it is none of these. Anyway, who cares?!?
Colligative properties

Creating a solution makes the freezing temperature lower so that ice is less likely to form.

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