eighth grade math

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at temperaturesof 100 degrees celsius or higher, water changes to steam (a gas).At temperatures of 0 degrees celsius or lower water changes to ice (a solid) . in between these extremes, water is a liquid. draw number lines showing the tempertures at which the water is:

a. a solid
b. a gas
c. a liquid

  • eighth grade math -

    well, a solid the number line starts at 0C and goes to the left as an arrow for all negative numbers.

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    omg thank you so muchhh!!!

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