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Temperature is most closely related to which property of a liquid? the volume of the liquid the number of atoms in each molecule the speed of movement of the molecules the total number of molecules

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I need help with this @JFraser

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the thing to think of is: if you change each one of those properties independently, will it change the temp? Will changing the volume of a liquid (like pouring out half a beaker of water) change the temp of the water?
what do you guys say?
@ajprincess what do you say?
C the speed of the movement of the molecules ;D
you are not sure, right?
what do you say @Susan9419 ?
i am pretty certain ;D
thank you so much @Susan9419 :)
No problemo ;D
thanks again :)
No need to thank me!! dont worry about it ;D
thanks all of you alot !
and thank you so much @ajprincess and @JFraser to coming for help :)

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