Matter is Everywhere!
Authentic Informational Text, Lexile 930
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Matter is Everywhere! (ReadWorks)
The author uses the example of “a single piece of human hair” to illustrate
Everything around us is made of
Why does the author describe the balloon and inflatable pool toys filling up with air?
Molecules move slower in solids than they do in liquids.Which evidence from the passage best supports this statement?
The corner where a perfume is initially sprayed has
Explain why atom molecules move at different speeds depending on whether they are in liquids or solids.
What is diffusion?
Explain whether smoke filling up a room is diffusion or not.
End of Passage Quiz