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Laith notices that the air in his science classroom is much warmer than the air in his math classroom. Which statement describes how the air particles are different in his colder math classroom?

A. They move faster on average
B. They are vibrating
C. They have less average energy
D. They move more freely

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    C. They have less average energy

    I believe.

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