Physics 2

If water at 0 oC is heated, it actually decreases in volume until it reaches
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1 oC.

2 oC.

3 oC.

4 oC.
5 oC.

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  1. I get 4 degrees, let me know what you guys get

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  2. Yes, 4 degress

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