Two samples of carbon come into contact. A heat transfer will occur between sample A and sample B. What must be true for heat to trans

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Two samples of carbon come into contact. A heat transfer will occur between sample A and sample B. What must be true for
heat to transfer from sample A to sample B?
The average kinetic energy of A is greater than that of B.
The average kinetic energy of B is greater than that of A.
The average kinetic energy of both samples is equal.
The average kinetic energy does not determine the direction of heat transfer.
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Arianna 6 days 2021-11-24T02:11:03+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-11-24T02:12:26+00:00

    Answer:

    the answer is A, The average kinetic energy of A is greater than that of B.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    the person above me is wrong^, trust me, i took the quiz and got this question correct

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    2021-11-24T02:12:28+00:00

    C is the answer :))) thank you

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