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Which property of matter allows convection currents to form? (2 points) A) Fluids rise if they are less dense than the matter around them. B) The molecules in solids do not vibrate very quickly. C) Electromagnetic waves carry energy. D) Liquids take the shape of their container
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User: Which property of matter allows convection currents to form? (2 points) A) Fluids rise if they are less dense than the matter around them. B) The molecules in solids do not vibrate very quickly. C) Electromagnetic waves carry energy. D) Liquids take the shape of their container

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