Spring98
  • Spring98
Two states of matter present in the water cycle are described below. State 1: Takes the shape of the part of the container which it occupies. State 2: Has a fixed shape. Which of these statements is correct about the two states of matter? A. State 1 is solid and State 2 is gas. B. State 1 is liquid and State 2 is solid. C. State 1 is solid and State 2 is plasma. D. State 1 is liquid and State 2 is plasma.
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  • Spring98
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OnePieceFTW
  • OnePieceFTW
1. liquid water will take the shape of what ever container it occupies, the solid form, ice, has a fixed shape.
Spring98
  • Spring98
@OnePieceFTW wich one would it be then?

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kaitlyn_nicole
  • kaitlyn_nicole
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
Liquids take shape of containers, but so do gases. Solids have one constant shape.
Spring98
  • Spring98
ya so it would be B then right?

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