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20. o o O What does temperature measure? A. The energy of particles B. The density of an object C. The chemical bonds between particles D. The electrical charge of particles
The energy of particles does temperature measure.
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The energy of particles does temperature measure.

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Temperature measure: The energy of particles.
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3. o O O Which one of the following accurately describes the universal gravitational law? A. Every object that has mass attracts other objects within a million-mile radius. B. As the distance between any two bodies increases, the gravitational force between them decreases. C. Solid bodies attract other solid bodies, but liquid and gas don't participate in universal gravitation. D. Objects with small masses have more gravitational attraction to each other than objects with large ...
Weegy: As the distance between any two bodies increases, the gravitational force between them decreases. - accurately describes the universal gravitational law. User: thankyou Weegy: You're welcome! User: 5. O The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. What's the force of the moon's gravity on the probe? A. 168.75 N O B. 2700 N O C. 2646 N D. 432 N (More)
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The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. The force of the moon's gravity on the probe is 432 N. Solution: 1.6 - is gravity of moon 270 x 1.6 = 432N
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11. O If the absolute temperature of a gas is 600 K, the temperature in degrees Celsius is A. 3270c O B. 2730C o c. 8730C D. 7050C
Weegy: If the absolute temperature of a gas is 600 K, the temperature in degrees Celsius is: 327°C. (More)
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16. Which one of the following temperatures is equal to 50C? O B. 465 K o C. 41 K O D. 278 K
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14. o o O The main difference between heat and temperature is that temperature solely depends on the A. composition of a body. B. state of matter. C. velocity of molecules within a body. D. mass of a body.
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4. o o O Pascal's principle is useful for distributing pressure through an enclosed liquid because A. pressure on liquids causes them to vaporize. B. the compressibility of liquids is very small. C. the compressibility of liquids is very high. D. pressure on liquids causes them to expand.
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Pascal’s principle is useful for distributing pressure through an enclosed liquid because the compressibility of liquids is very small.
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Pascal's principle is useful for distributing pressure through an enclosed liquid because the compressibility of liquids is very high.
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