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Web Quiz Assignment Name: Ostdiek, Inquiry into Physics 6e, Chapter 5 Start OverReview SUBMIT 1. What does the statement "A thermometer is a molecular speedometer" suggest about temperature? a. molecules are moving slower at a high temperature than when at a lower temperature b. molecules stop moving at a high temperature c. molecules are moving at the same speed at a high temperature and at a lower temperature d. molecules are always moving, even at a temperature of absolute zero e. molecules are moving faster at a high temperature than when at a lower temperature 2. If the temperature of a substance is doubled the average kinetic energy of its molecules is also doubled, as long as temperature is measured in a. F b. any of the choices c. none of the choices d. C e. K 3. According to the table below, the coefficient of linear expansion for aluminum is greater than that for silver. How does this affect the change in length for pieces of aluminum and silver, initially of the same length? than that for silver
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