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13.)How can substance A and B be compared? Choose all that apply.

A.)The particles of substance A have more energy than the particles of substance B.***

B.)The particles of substance A are more tightly held together than the particles of substance B.

C.)The particles of substance A vibrate less than the particles of substance B.

D.)Substance A has a definite volume, and substance B does not.***

E.)Substance A has a definite shape, and substance B does not.***

A,D, & E, Am I'm correct?

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  1. no you

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  2. Wow don’t be so rude

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  3. The answers are B, C, and E!

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  4. answers are B,C and E you are welcome.

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