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when the beaker of water is heated what will happen to the level of water in the tube.


this thermometer would be no use to measure the temperature in the freezer.write 2 sentences to explain why

  • science (incomplete) -

    It would help if you proofread your questions before you posted them.

    "Will happen to…" what?

    What kind of thermometer are you using?

  • science -

    a thermometer heat up when immersed in a hot liquid is

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