Why is a gas able to flow?

It's particles have melted and can move around.

It's particles have high viscosity and can move around.

It's particles have enough energy to move around.

It's particles have enough pressure to move around.**

not sure of the answer. please help :)

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  1. Wait no, is it C?

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  2. Yes, I believe it is C.

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  3. which one is it

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  4. is it for sure c?

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