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Amount of liquid a container can hold?

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The amount of anything a container can hold is it's volume or its capacity.

What are two examples of monosacharides?

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Is rock fall slow or fast?

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Which is greater 0.1 or 0.8?

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0.8 is greater it represents 8/10ths whereas 0.1 represents 1/10th

What is ground heat?

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What are three types of memories?

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The three main types of human memory are the sensory memory, short term memory and the long term memory.

The sensory memory picks up environmental input, such as sights, smells and textures. If this information is deemed to be important, it is transferred to the short term memory, where it will stay for approximately 30 seconds without being rehearsed.

How fast do molescules move when object is cooled?

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That depends how cool you make the molecules.

Theoretically at Absolute zero (0k) molecules are supposed to cease to vibrate.

I say theoretically, because absolute Zero is unobtainable and also it doesn't take into account movement at the Quantum scale.

How does changing the temperature of the gas inside a balloon affect the pressure inside the balloon?

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The higher the temperature, the higher the pressure and vice versa. When the temperature rises the gas molecules move faster and hit the balloon more often and with more energy.

What kind of energy does a thermometer measure?

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Thermal energy