No. A Bendy Straw is simply light being refracted as it passes from the air into the water. There is no form of change occurring, just simply the bending of light. Because light travels the fastest in a vacuum (about 300,000,000 ms^-1), but significantly slower in water ( 225,056,264 ms^-1), the light slows radically as it enters the water. To disperse this energy, the light bends to wards the normal, which is perpendicular to the horizontal waters surface. It is this slowing of the light that you see as a Bendy Straw.
change in the form -in general can be indicated for the physical form. The substance may dissolve or its stage may change. If the change is physical, it should be reversable.
It is a physical change of form.
It is called a phase change.
physical change is a change in form only and not in the chemical concept.
The formation of a precipitate is usually a sign of a chemical change. However, it can also form during a physical change.
physical change are reversable
It is a physical change from a solid to a liquid.
Ice is not a change but the solid form of water. Freezing is a physical change.
A physical change is a change in the form of matter but not the chemical composition of it.
Its a physical change because the substance does not form and etc.