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A student observes a beaker of room temperature water resting on a table. She states that the beaker of water does not have any energy. Which statement below is accurate regarding her observation?

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  1. There are no statements below. Note that this forum does not allow students to cut and paste.

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  2. She is incorrect because all water contains hydrogen and oxygen.

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  3. She is incorrect because the beaker of water has thermal energy.

    Sorry this is now the correct answer

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