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If your house is heated by a furnace that blows hot air into the rooms, you are depending on the process of ______ to stay warm.
Choices are: convection, radiation,conduction, heat

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    wouldn't it be convection? because there are convection currents in the air?

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    Mostly convection.

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    Convection

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