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anonymous

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An object cools off because thermal energy is moving out of it thermal energy is moving into it its thermal energy is remaining constant its heat is remaining constant

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  1. y2o2
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    A) thermal energy is moving out of it

  2. anonymous
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    A

  3. anonymous
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    whoa.... there is nothing called motion of energy..... it is simply that the body is hot in temprature because it has converted more of other energy into thermal energy and has greater energy than the surroundings..... as tendency of every body in nature is to attain a stable state... it converts the energy back to potential which then transmits heat tothe surroundings... this is what make a body to cool down..

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