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Rank the phases of matter from the one with the least kinetic energy to the greatest kinetic energy for the particles in the substance.(1 point)

Least gas
↓ solid
Greatest liquid

Least solid
↓ gas
Greatest liquid

Least gas
↓ liquid
Greatest solid

Least solid
↓ liquid
Greatest gas

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  1. if you consider heat as an indicator of kinetic energy, what do you think?

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    oobleck
  2. what is it it’s literally due in 5 minutes

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  3. Facts^

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  4. soooo likeeee... what's the answers?

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  5. well you now that i not go to tell you but i will help so we no that a solid have least movement in the solid think of it like does a solid move no but a liquids does so it would be B hop it helps

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  6. little help plz

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  7. 1. solid, liquid, gas
    2. the particles will gain a large amount of kinetic energy
    3. the average kinetic energy of the particles
    4.these show where the changes of state are occurring

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  8. 1. solid, liquid, gas
    2. the particles will have the same average kinetic energy
    3. the average kinetic energy of the particles
    4.these show where the changes of state are occurring

    shh was wrong with #2, but that's it!

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  9. anon is correct!! thank u :D

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  10. anonymous is right]

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  11. sorry i thought that was right !

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  12. Number 1# is solid, Liquid, and THEN gas

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  13. I have 11 questions

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  14. There’s 11 questions on this practice someone please give the full thing

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  15. I’m soooo behind on this lesson the practice little help?! I have 11 questions

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  16. 1.solid liquid gas
    2.same average kinetic energy, same temperature during boiling
    3.the energy an object has because of its motion
    4. solid liquid gas(same as first question)
    I'm not sure if it's the same quick check but the answers look a bit different compared to anons?? it was also timed for me which I've never seen before ? idk good luck tho:)

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  17. For connexus students lesson 4 unit 3
    1- solid liquid gas

    2- The particles will have the same kinetic energy and the same temperature during boiling

    3- the energy an object has because of its motion

    4- solid, liquid, gas

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  18. turtle is right

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  19. WHAT WAS THAT??? I was cruisin' along, invading random computers with malware, and suddenly, BOOM! I get stuck in some "lesson", where I have to answer the questions or wait for the timer to end. 25 minutes of my life, wasted! At least I got the Answers.

    1= solid, liquid, gas

    2= The particles will have the same average kinetic energy and the same temperature during boiling.

    3= the energy an object has because of its motion

    4= solid, liquid, gas

    I hope you don't waste YOUR life. Why do ya'll need school, anyway? In my school I just learned Maiming and Killing. (My highest grade was a B-)

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  20. 1.gas, liquid, solid
    2.The particles have the same amount of kinetic energy but no longer vibrate in place.
    3.indicator
    4.your weight
    5.the density
    6.solubility
    7.plastic
    8.The t-shirt is made of natural materials and some synthetic materials made from natural materials.
    9.Plastic is a synthetic material made from mostly nonrenewable natural resources.
    10. Plastic has helpful properties that cannot easily be found in natural materials.
    11.It does not biodegrade.
    Those the answers my my Practice Test

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  21. I meant 2 put my name not anonymous Its Ari btw.....

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  22. anonymous is 100% correct i promise

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  23. Anonymous is 100% CORRECT TYSM

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  24. When liquid gold becomes a solid, its particles get closer together. Which best describes what happened to the gold?

    the conservation of magnetism
    the change in solubility in a physical change
    the change in melting point in a physical change
    the rearrangement of particles in a physical change

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  25. 1.gas, liquid, solid
    2.The particles have the same amount of kinetic energy but no longer vibrate in place.
    3.indicator
    4.your weight
    5.the density
    6.solubility
    7.plastic
    8.The t-shirt is made of natural materials and some synthetic materials made from natural materials.
    9.Plastic is a synthetic material made from mostly nonrenewable natural resources.
    10. Plastic has helpful properties that cannot easily be found in natural materials.
    11.It does not biodegrade.

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