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Matter That Has a Definite Volume and a Definite Shape Is a?

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A form of matter that has no fixed shape but has a definite volume is called a liquid. Liquid is able to form itself into a shape of a container because the atoms can move around, but it cannot fill up a closed container by stretching the atoms out.
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To be honest i am kinda guessing at this one, but i think i am correct... A balloon filled with water... its shape can change but the volume of water inside would always be the same
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Liquid has indefinite shape, definite volume, ex. water Gas -
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Gas. Gas is almost always invisble and floats around the room
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