# Science

How are temperature and thermal energy related

A) Temperature and thermal energy both measure the total kinetic energy in an object.

B) Temperature is one factor that determines the thermal energy of an object

C) Thermal energy is one factor that determines the temperature of an object.

D) Two objects with different amounts of thermal energy also have different temperatures

I think it's A Can I please have some help.

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1. i say A also

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2. Thanks Lilly.

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3. The actual answer is B, temperature is one factor that determines the thermal energy of an object. Hope it helps.

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4. Brainly.com is better

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5. @LM so is your mom

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6. @Lm This is a site for homework help, not the most better site to get free answers to your test.

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7. @lm brainly you only get a limited amout of answers unless you sign up for money this website is way better

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8. A and brainly is better

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9. I think is A because is the one that makes more sense

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10. PEOPLE IT'S NOT THIS HARD JUST FAIL THEN TYPE OUT THE CORRECT ANSWERS 2000 OF YOU CANT FIGURE THIS OUT THIS WORLD IS GETTING SAD

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11. @ok even tho Iām not gettin the answer nobody finna fail for sum random ppl on a homework helper site š

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