A liquid thermometer can be used to test for fevers. When body temperature increases, the liquid inside the thermometer expands and ri

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A liquid thermometer can be used to test for fevers. When body temperature increases,
the liquid inside the thermometer expands and rises to show a higher temperature reading. Which of the following explanations below best describes the
changes in thermal energy of the particles during this specific example of heat transfer?
A. The thermometer tip is heated by radiation from the person’s body. The particles of the thermometer tip then transfer heat by convection through the
liquid inside of it. The particles inside the liquid then convect heat causing the warmer particles to slow down, expand, and rise.
OB. The thermometer tip is heated by conduction from the person’s body. The particles of the thermometer tip then transfer heat by convection through the
liquid inside of it. The particles inside the liquid then convect heat causing the warmer particles to slow down, expand, and rise.
OC. The thermometer tip is heated by convection with the person’s body. The particles of the thermometer tip then transfer heat by conduction with the
liquid inside of it. The particles inside the liquid then conduct heat causing the warmer particles to speed up, expand, and rise.
O D. The thermometer tip is heated by conduction with the person’s body. The particles of the thermometer tip then transfer heat by conduction with the liquid
inside of it. The particles inside the liquid then convect heat causing the warmer particles to speed up, expand, and rise.
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    Answer:A

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