Heat is best defined as A. friction. B. temperature. C. the flow of matter from one point to another. D. energy in the motion or vibration of molecules in a substance.
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User: Heat is best defined as A. friction. B. temperature. C. the flow of matter from one point to another. D. energy in the motion or vibration of molecules in a substance.

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Asked 5/12/2012 5:28:57 AM
Updated 6/22/2015 3:48:42 AM
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Heat is best defined as: energy in the motion or vibration of molecules in a substance.
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