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Q: If you were a water molecule in a glass of water how would you best describe your relationship with the water molecules around you? A. always near the same molecules B. held in a rigid pattern
with other molecules C. constantly running into different molecules D. moving slowly away from some molecules and quickly towards others
A: The answer is C. constantly running into different molecules. If you were a water molecule in a glass of water how would you best describe your relationship with the water molecules around you constantly running into different molecules. [ ]
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User: If you were a water molecule in a glass of water how would you best describe your relationship with the water molecules around you? A. always near the same molecules B. held in a rigid pattern with other molecules C. constantly running into different molecules D. moving slowly away from some molecules and quickly towards others

Weegy: The answer is C. constantly running into different molecules. If you were a water molecule in a glass of water how would you best describe your relationship with the water molecules around you constantly running into different molecules. [ ]
jher000|Points 7770|

User: thank you

Weegy: No problem! If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!
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User: Which of the following is a composite of a gas and a solid? A. an apple B. sediment moving in a river C. water vapor in the air in a hot shower D. packing bubbles with air trapped inside them

Weegy: A composite from a solid and a gas is B. sediment moving in a river
Controler|Points 3497|

User: ok :)

Weegy: What is your question?
debnjerry|Points 39314|

User: The average velocity of molecules of nitrogen gas (N2) at room temperature is around 500 m/s. If you were to raise the temperature of the nitrogen gas by 50°C what is a good estimate for the speed of the molecules? A. 100 m/s B. 500 m/s C. 600 m/s D. 200 m/s

Weegy: The answer is C. 600 m/s
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User: are you sure about that

Weegy: What is your question?
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User: You stir a cup of hot chocolate with a spoon. Why does the spoon keep its shape in the drink? A. The spoon's particles move close to one another while the hot chocolate's particles move randomly in different directions. B. The spoon's particles move in all directions while the hot chocolate's particles move close together. C. The spoon's particles do not move while the hot chocolate's particles move close to one another. D. The spoon's particles do not move as much as the hot chocolate's particles which move in all directions.

Weegy: D. The spoon's particles do not move as much as the hot chocolate's particles which move in all directions.
businesslady|Points 1093|

User: gracias:D

Weegy: Your welcome!
Boyinbedroom|Points 249|

User: A change from one phase to another involves A. an addition of heat. B. a subtraction of heat. C. a change in temperature. D. an addition or subtraction of heat.

Weegy: D. an addition or subtraction of heat.
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User: The freezing point of a substance is always __________ the melting point of that substance. A. lower than B. higher than C. the same as D. It depends on what the substance is.

User: To measure a specific volume of a gas, you must have a(n) A. scale. B. open container. C. closed container. D. open or closed container depending on the type of gas.

User: THANKS

Weegy: Your welcome! any more question weegy is here to help!
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User: YES When you boil water on the stove some steam will rise from the pan. Which of these is a true statement right as the water begins to boil? A. The water and steam are at the same temperature. B. The water and steam contain the same amount of energy. C. The density of the water is the same as the density of the steam. D. The particles in the water are moving at the same speed as the particles in the steam.

Weegy: D. The particles in the water are moving at the same speed as the particles in the steam.
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User: you guys are awesome thanks for helping me:)

User: yea!!!

Weegy: Ok! do you have a question to ask?
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User: no not right now

Weegy: Ok! feel free to ask Weegy anytime!
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Weegy: Thanks, all of us on weegy appreciate it. You are awesome yourself.
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