Below are the definitions of each of the three states of matter. They are placed in the wrong order. Match the right letter to the number and draw a line from one to the next.

\begin{align}

\begin{array}{|l|l|}

\hline \begin{array}{l}

\text { 1. Has a definite shape and } \\

\text { takes up a definite space on } \\

\text { the surface }

\end{array} & \text { A. Liquid } \\

\hline \begin{array}{l}

\text { 2. Has no definite shape and } \\

\text { spreads in the space }

\end{array} & \text { B. Solid } \\

\hline \begin{array}{l}

\text { 3. Has no definite shape and } \\

\text { takēs the shape of a } \\

\text { container }

\end{array} & \text { C. Gas } \\

\hline

\end{array}

\end{align}