Look at the bubbles.

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A kid blowing bubbles with the help of a bubble wand.

How do bubbles support the atomic theory?
A. The bubbles are lighter than air.
B. There is matter that cannot be seen inside the bubbles.
C. The bubbles will burst before long.
D. The bubbles cannot be broken into smaller pieces.

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The answer would be A
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Cierra Hickle
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answered 11 months ago
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Answer:

a

Explanation:

because a bubble is lighter than air

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Jerrod Wiza
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answered 11 months ago