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Data: (time, temperature in degrees Celsius)
0,89
1,85
2,78
3,71
4,64
5,64
6,64
7,64
8,64
9,64
9,64
10,61
11,57
12,51
13,45
14,39
15,36

First I had to graph these points on the graph paper provided, which I did. Then it asks to identify the freezing point, and label the intervals at which there are only solid, solid and liquid, and only liquid. I don't understand this, so please someone help.

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Hi!
It's asking to identify the freezing point of the particular substance (which I do not know) and label on the graph where it would be a frozen (a solid) or liquid

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We're also not told the substance. Thanks for your help! The question was worded oddly :)

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