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Which statement is true about both heat and temperature? (Points : 1) Heat and temperature are not synonymous to scientists. A large quantity of boiling water and a small quantity of
boiling water contain the same amount of heat energy. The larger the temperature difference between two objects, the more slowly heat energy will be transferred from one to the other. A large quantity of boiling water and a small quantity of boiling water cannot ever be at the same temperature. Heat and temperature are basically the same thing, even in the world of science.
Which statement is true about both heat and temperature? Answer: Heat and temperature are not synonymous to scientists.
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User: Which statement is true about both heat and temperature? (Points : 1) Heat and temperature are not synonymous to scientists. A large quantity of boiling water and a small quantity of boiling water contain the same amount of heat energy. The larger the temperature difference between two objects, the more slowly heat energy will be transferred from one to the other. A large quantity of boiling water and a small quantity of boiling water cannot ever be at the same temperature. Heat and temperature are basically the same thing, even in the world of science.

Weegy: Which statement is true about both heat and temperature? Answer: Heat and temperature are not synonymous to scientists.
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User: The transfer of heat by the bulk motion of gases or fluids is referred to as

User: Which of the following is most like an ordered system? (Points : 1) billiard balls after the "break" location of fish in a river the spacing of eggs in a full carton cars in a multi-car collision the diffusion of perfume molecules through a room

Weegy: B. location of fish in a river
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User: The phrase "heat death of the universe" refers to (Points : 1) the burning of fuel in the Sun and all the stars. the never-ending upward spiral of life. everything in the universe eventually becoming the same temperature. the greenhouse effect as it spreads out into space. the waste heat that was present in the universe when it formed.

Weegy: The phrase "heat death of the universe" refers to: everything in the universe eventually becoming the same temperature.
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