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Please help ! Which can happen during a physical change? Molecules can move more rapidly and freely and change states. The molecules in a substance break into smaller molecules. The molecules in a substance react with other molecules. The molecules in a substance are destroyed.

Chemistry
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@aaronq @wio can you guys help me ?
@KonradZuse can you able to help?
Is it A?

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Not too sure honestly.
its ok, thanks for coming :)
The question is extremely vague :(
@Luis_Rivera can you able to help me?
yeah A is the standardized answer you are looking for.
it is A physical include density, weight, boiling point, change of state.
Molecules can move more rapidly and freely and change... I guess.
Thank you guys for coming and helping, i just came to check my old error in the answer so that i don't mistake again and again. Thanks alot of you :) you all are truly amazing

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