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Which of the following physical properties can be used to measure temperature using a thermometer?
A. volume
B. pressure
C. density
D. viscosity

I think the correct answer is D?

  • Physics -

    I think all answers are correct. In principle you can use any property that depends on the temperature.

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    It has to be one answer though... thanks anyways (:

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