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In Physics it's a classification of matter, In billiards it refers to any balls with 1-7 number, In teamwork a........

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In Physics it's a classification of matter,

In billiards it refers to any balls with 1-7 number,

In teamwork a team must be it to win,

or it refers to arrangement of molecules within.

What is the word?

posted Dec 7, 2017 by Yogeshwar Thakur
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SOLID is a classification of matter
Billiard balls from 1-7 are called SOLID
In teamwork, a team must be SOLID to win
SOLID can also be referred to an arrangement of molecules in any matter wherein the molecules are restricted from free movement and are bound to one another.

answer Dec 17, 2017 by Tejas Naik

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