3. Gain weight.
4. All of the above
6.All of the above
8. Either calories or energy. They're the same thing.
11. Resistance training
13. Type 2 Diabetes
14. Weight lifting
15. Moderate and vigorous aerobic
16. Body Mass Index (which, by the way, is totally ridiculous and wasn't even created by a doctor)
17. Type 2 Diabetes
18. Either time or Target.
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number 2 is
Explanation: solids only
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2- Change in shape
3- Water breaking down into hydrogen and oxygen
8- Chemical property
10- Kinetic Energy
A chemical property that is present in substances that react slowly to oxygen have;
C. The ability to rust
It combines with oxygen to become a different substance called iron oxide. Iron is very hard and silver in color, whereas iron oxide is flakey and reddish brown. Beside the ability to rust, other chemical properties include reactivity and flammability.
B Ability to burn
It won't be color. Many metals have the same color although if Greg was handed copper or gold they have pretty distinctive colors.
Not many metals burn. It depends on what you mean by burn. The alkali metals will burn when in contact with water. Not many ignite if you put a match them them.
Rusting is a singular property. I very few common ones rust.
I would pick density. Few metals have the same density.
2: Change in shape
3: Water breaking down into hydrogen and oxygen
4: I think it's Milk but I might be wrong.
I might be wrong about some of them, sorry it's not much.
1, ability to burn