Why does antifreeze boil faster than water?
It does NOT boil faster than water. It has higher boiling point AND lower freezing point. - Antifreeze boils at about 197 c.
water will boil faster in a large pot because the water has more contact with the bottom of the pot than the small pot. That means the water reaches the stove's heat more and will boil faster. For the small pot, the water won't be as close to the stove's heat which is closer to the bottom of the pot. Therefore, the water in the smaller pot will boil slower.
It depends upon what is coloring the water. It could boil faster or slower. If it is boiling faster, then it means that the dissolution of that substance in the water was endothermic. In other words, energy was taken into the solution when it dissolved. That extra energy puts the solution closer to boiling compared to plain water.