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Which of the following best represents the relationship between the temperature and density of water? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Ah. I get that sometimes...
As temperatures rise, the molecules involved move away from each other...therefore the density is lower. When temp goes down, density is higher. I always think of it as being like a human. When it's cold out we tend to get closer and when it's hot out we don't like being close to others. And seeing as though density is a measure of how many things are in a certain area
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