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The correct answer is "liquid".
The states of the matter are: Solid, liquid and gas.
Liquid: The particles of the solid are loosely packed in comparison to gas and solid. The inter molecular force between the particles are stronger than gas. It has no definite shape but volume. It takes the shape of the container.
Gas: The particles of the solid are more loosely packed. The inter molecular force between the particles are weaker than liquid and solid. It has no definite shape.
Solid: The particles of the solid are tightly packed. The inter molecular force between the particles are stronger than liquid and gas. It has definite shape and volume.
Therefore, liquid that will change shape to fit its container but has a definite volume is in a phase of matter.
The answer is liquid.
A substance that will change its shape to fit its container, but has a definite volume, is in a liquid state of matter.➤ Reason
There are four (confirmed) states of matter, Solids, Liquids, Gasses, and Plasma. Solids, have definite shape and volume. Metalloids is a solid that does not have a definite shape, but does have an 'original' shape, the shape the metalloid was originally in. Liquids although have no original shape, although is does have a definite volume, which is how much space it takes up. Liquids will change to fit the shape of its container, so no matter what you put a liquid in, it will fit its container in some way or form. Water for example, being a liquid at room temperature, when pouring water into a bottle, you see it take the shape of the container, as supposed to. Gasses and Plasmas are a bit more complicated, so you could look those up if you'd like. I hope this helps you.✧ Oh god, no, I dropped my phases of matter. Please, someone help me.╚═⋄═◇═◈═❖═✧═☆═✧═❖═◈═◇═⋄═╝