Matter and Temperature

A blacksmith strikes a piece of metal with a hammer repeatedly. The metal slowly begins to glow as the temperature increases, and the metal becomes more malleable. Which changes on a microscopic level led to the visible changes in the properties of the metal? (1 point)

The average temperature of the particles increased.

The average speed of the particles increased.

The kinetic energy of the particles decreased.

The potential energy of the particles decreased.

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  1. The average speed of the particles increased.

    This is a trick question. The first answer on average temperature is good, but at the microscopic level you can't detect temperature directly.

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  2. sooo....What does that mean???

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  3. I am also Confused on what the answers is for this on??

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  4. Oh nvm.....lol i was being lol

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  5. 1.temperature
    2.the average speed of the particles increased
    3.Heat flows from hot to cold and is the transfer of thermal energy.
    4.The molecules will have more potential energy because of their arrangement.
    I just took the test and got 100% with these answers!

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  6. Someone is 100% correct thank sm๐Ÿ˜˜

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  7. someone is corect

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  8. @Someone is 100% correct

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