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when that air under the envelope is heated , the balloon lifts . which of the following statement is true
A. hot air balloons use radiation to rise
B. hot air balloons use conduction to rise
C. hot air balloons use convection to rise
D. hot air balloons use air resistance to rise

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  1. None of the above. Google Archimedes.

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  2. it has to be one of them , i do connections and it was a multiple choice question

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  3. I think it might be A??? Idk-

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  4. c.

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  5. 1. c
    2. b
    3. c
    4. b and c
    5. d
    6. d
    7. c
    8. b
    9. c
    10. c

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  6. Susan Is Correct.
    For The Science 6B Conductors And Insulators.

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  7. Thanks Susan!! Everybody She is correct!! Add meh! Snapchat @jsteward832

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  8. Susan is really right!!!!!!!

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  9. My name

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  10. thx susan I got a 100 because of you yay

  11. Yes she is correct but it’s for science 7 B 🙄😑

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  12. To Susan, thank you. You know we really do read what we're supposed to but this school is hard. The questions never match what we're reading. Most of care what grade we get.

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  13. yay

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  14. This better be right for 6 grade Inca

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  15. Hello! I am in 6th grade. For Science 6 A Unit 2: Energy, Lesson 9 Conductors and Insulators. All the answers Susan submitted ARE correct!

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  16. Thnx Susan 😀😀

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  17. thnx i got a 90.9% wall are awsome i got 7 wrong it was c

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  18. Thank you ho.e

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  19. for connexus the answers are
    1. c
    2. b
    3. c
    4. b and c
    5. d
    6. d
    7. c
    8. b
    9. c
    10. c

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  20. thanks guys I thought it was C as well but...I got too scared of failing and started doubting myself.. lol

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  21. omg I do the same all the time MD...

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  22. up vote me if you like my name

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  23. Thanks

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  24. susan y connexus help es correcto

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  25. susaun is sooooo awsome

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  26. Thanks Susan, you are the best.

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  27. You are cheating. you should know the answers and if you get a bad grade, accept it. that means you should pay attention. so stop giving answers. Ms Sue is right

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  28. Connexus help and susan are right. :) OuO

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  29. Susan is 100% correct for Connexus Lesson 9: Conductors and Insulators Science 8 B Unit 3: Energy(Conductors and Insulators Quiz)

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  30. ur welcome

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  31. Why are people saying 6th and 7th? this is 8th...

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