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The atoms and molecules in a gas are in constant motion. Temperature is a measure of their speed as they move. How are these related? As temperature decreases, the molecules and atoms move faster. As temperature decreases, the molecules and atoms move at the same speed. As temperature increases, the atoms and molecules move more slowly. As temperature increases, the molecules and atoms move faster. Atoms and molecules always move at the same speed regardless of any temperature change.

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  1. anonymous
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    It would be C

  2. anonymous
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    The movement of atoms and molecules is directly proportional to temperature

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    Average kinetic energy of atoms and molecules is proportional to temperature.

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