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Write a short essay in which you create an analogy to describe particle motion. Compare the movements and positions of people dancing with the motions of water molecules in liquid water and in water vapor.


I am NOT asking anybody to do this for me, all I am asking is can someone break the question down where I can understand what it is asking. I would strongly appreciate it, thank you. -Completeidiot01

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    It's asking how the people would move around in relation to each other as water and then as vapor. Water is heavier than air and the molecules connected by hydrogen bonding, and tend to stay close to each other, all moving together. Hence, in a room, it would be a group of people standing very close to one another, moving together as a group. Since vapor is lighter than air, the people would float to the top of the room and they would be far apart from one another, each moving independently. If they were outside, they could float up into the sky and become clouds.

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    Oh, thank you Jorge.

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    Jorge is that the answer.

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    Jorge is that the answer.And what school do you go to.

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    who??

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    Chocolate pudding.

  • 7th Grade Science -

    Compare the movements and positions of people dancing with the motions of water molecules in liquid water and in water vapor.

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    Hey! i got the same question too! but i needed to make a bubble map to have a comparison of both of them ^-^

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    Ikr

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    I needed to make a short essay about this.

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    what is the answer

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    I had the same thing.

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    Im innocent

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    HAIL ME

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    i dont


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    This is my pawn shop.

  • 7th Grade Science -

    I have the same question in my 6 th grade science textbook

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