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1. Which state of matter has a definite volume but no definite shape? (1 point)liquid solid gas plasma
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is it gas?
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Plasma has an ever changing volume and shape. Gas has an ever changing volume and shape. Solid is out for obvious reasons. Liquid has a definite volume, no matter how it is formed the volume will never change. However, gas (assuming it's not dispersed.) also have a definite volume but a changing shape. The question isn't presented with enough information, for example: liquid gas, etc. For this question I'd go with, "gas."
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