Entropy is a measure of the amount of disorder in a system. In nature, entropy always increases over time. This means that systems move from high to low entropy, or from order to chaos.

Which of the following statements regarding entropy is false? A. Entropy always decreases over time.

B. In nature, entropy always stays the same.

C. Systems always move from high to low entropy.

D. Order always decreases as entropy increases.

## Entropy is always increasing.

This statement is false – entropy can actually decrease.

## Entropy is always decreasing.

False.

## Entropy can be increased or decreased, but never at the same time.

False. Entropy can be increased or decreased, but never at the same time.

## Entropy is a measure of disorder in a system.

False. Entropy is a measure of order.

## All of the above are false.

Entropy is a measure of disorder in a system.

## FAQ

False. Entropy is not a measure of disorder.

False. Entropy is not a measure of the amount of energy in a system.