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A student adds ice to several samples of water. The results are shown in the table. Which conclusion can be drawn from the results?

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As the amount of ice added increases, the change in temperature increases.
As the amount of ice added increases, the change in temperature increases.

As the temperature decreases, the kinetic energy of the sample increases.
As the temperature decreases, the kinetic energy of the sample increases.

As the amount of ice added decreases, the temperature decreases.
As the amount of ice added decreases, the temperature decreases.

As the temperature increases, the kinetic energy of the water molecules decreases.

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  1. coryxkenshin's qussy
    Is wrong for 3 its ice cubes added

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  2. Coryxkenshin's quest is wrong I got 1 out 4 with their answers the right answers are
    1. Tasha
    2. As the amount of ice added increases, the change in temperature increases
    3. Ice cubes added
    4. A diagonal line

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  4. dummy is 100 correct!

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  5. dummy is right :)

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