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How does heat differ from temperature? A.Temperature is the measure of heat. B.Temperature and heat are the same thing. C.Temperature measures thermal energy, and heat is the flow of thermal energy. D.Temperature measures the loss of energy, and heat measures the gain of energy.

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Justin Parker on March 25, 2018

Answer: the correct answer is choice(C).Explanation:Heat is thermal energy that flows from the hotter to the colder object. It is measured in Joules. The temperature is defined as the measure of the degree of heat and coldness of an object. Basically measures the thermal energy possessed by the body. It is measured in degrees Celsius ,Kelvin, etc, So, from this we can say that temperature is a measure of thermal energy and heat is the flow of thermal energy.

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